27 September, New Delhi
Union minister Nitin Gadkari said it was the government’s duty to support well-performing public sectors units, and sack and offer voluntary retirement scheme (VRS)” to non-performing officers.
Addressing an event in new Delhi Tuesday, the minister said, faster decision making process, good leadership, team work, transparency, and corruption free system are needed for the growth of any company.
He received a dividend cheque of 42.13 crore rupees from public sector firm WAPCOS Ltd at the event.
The Union Water Resources Minister also pitched for mirco irrigation which can increase agriculture productivity.