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PM Narendra Modi meets bureaucrats, urges them to uplift lives

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Recalling his first such interaction with the secretaries five years ago, PM Modi lauded them for working hard to conceive and deliver schemes that reflected in pro-incumbency results in the recent elections.
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News video: Focus on 'Ease of Living': PM Modi tells top bureaucrats in meeting

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a meeting with secretaries of all ministries. The meeting was held at PM Modi's residence. During the meeting, the Prime Minister directed all the ministries to focus on steps to improve 'Ease of Living'.

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