Modi Announces to Imitate Japan’s Efficiency

Untitled-4The Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed his aspiration to replicate efficiency in his office and the government in the lines of Japan.

Modi was speaking at a meeting with the Business leaders of Japan in Tokyo.

He also announced to make special arrangements for Japanese investments with a special team in his office.

Modi said, “We have initiated the Japanese form of management in my PMO (PM’s Office)”, while addressing a luncheon hosted by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

He also asserted that he had good relations with Japanese in Gujarat during his 14 years tenure as the Chief Minister.

Modii added, “Those who know the Gujarat experience have high expectations from me. If that is the yardstick, then that response, that speed is what businesses will get in India”.

“I have made world-class golf courses in Gujarat. This is because I wanted a strong relation between the Japanese delegation and us”, he continued.

He also attempted to draw the significant lines of present governments in both the countries, saying, “After a long time there is a stable government in Japan. In India too, after three decades there is a complete majority. Our accountability is even more”.

“If you see my 100-day tenure, we have taken good initiatives, the results of which are visible”, said Modi.

He, at the conclusion of his talk, asked the delegation from India to stand in the room so that the Japanese members identify them and speak to them later.

He remarked cleverly, “This is my heavyweight delegation from India; even I have to take an appointment to meet with them”.

Medaram Jathara

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