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PM asks bureaucracy to transform into enabling entity

PM asks bureaucracy to transform into enabling entity

New Delhi, Apr 21 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said civil servants should adopt new ways of doing work as per the changing times and generally seek to become "an enabling force" than being a mere regulator. Addressing the second day function of the Civil Services Day, that got underway here yesterday, Mr Modi said there are changing trends in the last 20 years and these have altered the dynamics as competition is playing a big role in bringing a qualitative change in governance. People are now also seeing alternatives in the private sector, he said. "It will be good that we start changing out mindset. We bring changes in our working style and turn into an enabling entity than the results will be good," Prime Minister said. The Civil Services Day function yesterday was also addressed by Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The Prime Minister today also presented awards to civil servants from across the country for their commendable work in the public service. The awards are being conferred on Civil Servants from Districts, Central and State organisations for effective implementation of Governement Programmes and Innovation. The awards have been instituted with a view to acknowledge, recognise and reward the talent for extraordinary and innovative work done for the welfare of common citizen, officials said. Addressing the occasion, MoS, Personnel, Jitendra Singh said the civil services day event has undergone massive change since last year as it has now become a forum, where positive brain storming takes place. UNI DEVN SV RJ 1248

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