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Outcome-based System is Needed, Says Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s tea party “Chai Pe Charcha’ to discuss the issues dogging the country evoked an enthusiastic response in Bangalore.

Published: 13th February 2014 08:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th February 2014 08:36 AM   |  A+A-

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Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s tea party “Chai Pe Charcha’ to discuss the issues dogging the country evoked an enthusiastic response in Bangalore.

While the live telecast of the event was arranged in 25 tea stalls in the city, the live direct interaction facility with Modi was arranged at an eatery in Rajajinagar.

It attracted More than 500 people. BJP National General Secretary H N Ananth Kumar, Bangalore Central MP PC Mohan and Rajajinagar MLA S Suresh Kumar took part in the programme.

The youths from the audience drew Modi’s attention by posing a question about accountability in Indian politics. “Our political and administrative system output driven is at present. It should be changed into to an outcome-based system. Accountability should be given high priority to ensure good governance,” Modi said in his reply.

The theme of Wednesday’s event was good governance.

Modi tried to explain his model of development where empowering the poor is emphasised more than the help in the form of freebies or subsidies.

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