As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government nears completion of two years in office, the PM has called for a review meeting to assess the performance of the government.
"It is a stock taking exercise to see how many decisions taken by the cabinet have actually been implemented by the respective ministries," the Hindustan Times quoted a government official as saying.
Another official added, "There is a general perception that a gap exists between what was promised by the NDA government and the actual delivery of services."
The discussion is likely to focus on the government's achievements in the last two years and future plans of action. The PM is also likely to review the performance of different ministries and reevaluate the schemes and policies implemented during the course of his tenure.
During the last review meeting, held in January this year, PM Modi directed the ministers to reach out to people to create awareness about the schemes and initiatives launched by his government in the last two years through 'Sampark and Samvaad' (contact and communication).