GatiShakti launched: PM's war against 'sarkari' culture

It will generate large-scale employment opportunities, cut down logistics costs, improve supply chains and etc.

In a move to transform the infrastructure landscape of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched the PM GatiShakti National Master Plan for multi-modal connectivity. Describing it as a historic event for the country’s infrastructure landscape, the PMO on Tuesday said the GatiShakti project will break departmental silos and institutionalise holistic planning for the stakeholders across major infrastructure projects.
 
All departments will have visibility of each other’s projects through a centralised portal and the multi-modal connectivity will provide integrated and seamless connectivity for the movement of people, goods and services, it said.
 
GatiShakti is based on the six pillars of comprehensiveness, prioritisation, optimisation, synchronisation and being analytical and dynamic, the PMO added. It will generate large-scale employment opportunities, cut down logistics costs, improve supply chains and make local goods competitive globally, it said.
 
Meanwhile, Modi also inaugurated the New Exhibition Complex (Exhibition Halls 2 to 5) at Pragati Maidan during the event. India Trade Promotion Organisation's flagship event, India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2021 will also be held from November 14-27, 2021 in these new exhibition halls.

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