At the 7th anniversary of the establishment of the citizen participation platform MyGov, Vaishnaw said that young Indians are also actively communicating their ideas and suggestions to the government through MyGov. As the Minister of Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Monday, government plans and plans for the public are undergoing unprecedented changes and developments.
At the commemoration of the seventh anniversary of the MyGov Citizen Participation Platform, Vaishnaw said that Indian youth are also actively presenting their ideas and suggestions to the government through MyGov, and the platform is entering its eighth year with new vitality. He said that the effective use of technology and platforms enables the poor and marginalized groups to take full advantage of various government programs.
“Mobile phones, Aadhaar’s biometrics, focus on domestic production, rapid Internet penetration, digital services, e-commerce, and many other projects and projects have changed people’s lives like never before and paved the way for inclusive development,” Vaishnaw added. Based on inclusive development, MyGov brings together people from the most remote corners of the country.
He said this gives them the opportunity to express their opinions in public order. At the beginning of the MyGov UP chapter, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath stated that the use of technology increases transparency and makes government programs and their benefits benefit the public.
The state government portal has improved efficiency, and 15 million people have benefited from the public distribution system and #40; PDS and No. 41; technology can not only improve people’s lives, but also fix loopholes and help fight corruption. He pointed out that UP has made rapid progress in all aspects of development and used technology to benefit the people.
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