‘Modi-led government’ should ‘put an end to the culture of corruption’
India’s new government has made it clear that it will not tolerate any form of “corruption”.
The government has decided to launch an investigation into a series of scams and to take measures to bring the “culture of corruption” under control.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a tough stance against corruption, and this has led to an outcry from those who are concerned about the impact of corruption on India’s economy and society.
In the wake of the demonetisation announcement, some observers have suggested that Modi’s government is not just seeking to bring down the corruption in the country, but that it is trying to do the same with the Indian economy as a whole.
But the government is making it clear what it will do.
“The government is committed to making India a country that does not allow corruption,” Minister of State for Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad told NDTV.
“If corruption is allowed to flourish, it will also lead to a loss of economic and social growth, and will hurt the interests of the entire country.
We will ensure that no form of corruption is permitted to flourish in our country.”
He added that the government would not allow any form that could harm the national interest.
It is worth noting that the country is facing a major crisis in the financial sector, and it is important that the current administration do everything it can to ensure that the crisis does not spread to other sectors.
India is also facing an economic crisis in which it is facing the worst slowdown in the world.
A recent report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated that the economic slowdown is likely to deepen by as much as 25 per cent, and that India’s gross domestic product (GDP) could shrink by about 5.4 per cent this year.
India has been suffering a serious economic downturn since the global financial crisis of 2008-09, and many of the major sectors of the economy are now in deep recession.
These include manufacturing, manufacturing, agriculture, construction, and services, as well as construction.
The government also wants to bring in measures to combat corruption, such as the creation of a “culture-of-corruption task force”.
This task force will be tasked with investigating the “schemes and corruption that have taken place and will be directed by the finance minister to investigate and prosecute the offenders.”
The move comes just weeks after the Modi government announced that it would ban the purchase of any car in India that is manufactured in China.
The move was made in the wake the government announced a series to tackle corruption in government, with a focus on “foreign investment, money laundering, black money, corruption, black-money-laundering and corruption-related offences.”
In addition, the government has also announced that all officials will have to be paid at least Rs 5,000 per month.
These are the latest steps by the Modi administration to curb corruption in India.
On Wednesday, Modi announced that he will appoint the “first female chief executive officer” to be the country’s chief executive, with Prabhat Kapoor as the first woman.
In a statement, the Indian government said that the appointment will take place “within two weeks from the date of the notification.”