Modi suggested that ministers should travel every weekend to meet people particularly in remote areas. Also he asked ministers to remain in touch with MPs, so they don’t feel isolated and take their views and suggestions.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday evening asked all his ministers to devote their weekends to reach out to people. In his 80-minute interaction with the entire council of ministers, the second since he took over 18-months ago, he told them not to dampen their spirits due to opposition onslaught in the parliament and instead concentrate on their work and coordination. The council of ministers includes all the cabinet and ministers of state.At a time, when the a washout of winter session of parliament is staring at the face of government and the debacle in Bihar elections, PM told his ministerial colleagues to work like messiahs for the poor. He said that their language and work should reflect that they were working for the interest of last man in the queue. Asking them to become an interface between government and people, PM further told them to engage with people and deliver what has been promised.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He also asked them to share their people oriented ideas to be included in the forthcoming union budget by January and also work towards bringing government schemes to people.Modi suggested that ministers should travel every weekend to meet people particularly in remote areas. Also he asked ministers to remain in touch with MPs, so they don’t feel isolated and take their views and suggestions.

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Spare weekends for people, PM Narendra Modi tells ministers