Modi to hold meeting with Niti Aayog on 15-year vision for India


New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on July 28 hold a meeting with the Niti Aayog to take stock of the progress made on the 15-year vision document and also share his views on the development strategy with the government's think tank. 

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This will be Modi’s second formal visit to the Aayog, which he chairs, since it was set up in 2015. The vision document is expected to guide the next budget. At the meeting, the Aayog’s CEO Amitabh Kant will make a presentation on the three, seven and 15-year strategy and vision documents it is preparing to replace the Nehruvian 5-year plans, the last of which will end in 2016-17, an official said. 

The vision document is expected to be finalised by the year-end. Before meeting the Prime Minister, the Aayog will on Wednesday hold consultations on its action plans and strategies with the Chief Secretaries of the States at Vigyan Bhawan.

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