Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the sixth meeting of the governing council of NITI Aayog on February 20 at 10:30 am. through video conferencing.
"The agenda of the meeting includes deliberations on agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing, human resource development, service delivery at grassroots level and health and nutrition," a government release said on Thursday.
The sixth meeting will witness the entry of Ladakh for the first time, in addition to the participation of Jammu and Kashmir as a union territory (UT).
Apart from that, other UTs headed by administrators have also been invited to join the meeting.
The meeting will also be attended by the ex-officio members of the governing council, union ministers, NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar, CEO Amitabh Kant, and other senior officials of government of India.
The governing council presents a platform to discuss inter-sectoral, inter-departmental and federal issues. It comprises the Prime Minister, Chief Ministers of States and Union Territories (UTs), with Legislatures and Lt Governors of other UTs.
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