Prior to the meeting, all concerned ministry officials are busy making reports. According to the instructions sent to the ministers, all the ministers in the meeting will have to present a detailed description of the work done in the last six months through the pavak point presentation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a high-level meeting on Saturday (December 21) to review the working of his new government, which will include ministers and secretaries of all ministries. Instructions have been sent to attend all the ministers, secretaries of departments in this meeting to be held from 10.30 am in the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra Auditorium.

According to sources, in this meeting, BJP Executive Chairman JP Nadda, General Secretary BL Santosh may also be present. Earlier this meeting was held at Garvi Gujarat Bhavan but now the venue has been changed. The Prime Minister will review the details of the work presented by the Ministers in this meeting.

In this regard, officials of all the Ministries have started preparing reports. According to the instructions sent to the ministers, all the ministers in the meeting will have to present a detailed description of the work done in the last six months through the pavak point presentation. Apart from this, the ministers have also been asked for the details of the project or work which they have to complete in the next four and a half years.

Such a collective meeting of ministers is being held after six months. The last meeting was held on 13 June, just days after the formation of the new government. In that meeting, PM Modi drew a roadmap for development in front of all ministers. In that meeting, the PM had told the ministers their priorities regarding Mission 2022.

The Prime Minister has special emphasis on schemes like PM Awas Yojana, Jal, Jeevan Mission. Their focus is to provide drinking water to every household by 2022. According to sources, in this meeting PM Modi can also take input about the expansion of the Council of Ministers.

Only the performance of ministers can save their chair. Ministers whose work will not be satisfactory may be discharged from the Council of Ministers. Sources are telling that in the coming time the Prime Minister can expand his Council of Ministers.

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