He gave an interesting anecdote while responding to the discussion in the Lok Sabha at the pace of thanking the President in his speech on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it is very necessary to change the system in the country. He gave an interesting anecdote while responding to the discussion in the Lok Sabha at the pace of thanking the President in his speech on Wednesday. He said that in the ’0s, a commission was constituted in Tamil Nadu to review and increase the salaries of state workers, the chairman of which received a‘ top secret ’letter. That ‘top secret’ letter was actually an application, it said – I’ve been working sincerely for many years, and the salary is not being increased, so it should be increased.
In response to a letter from the President asking you where you are, the reply said that the man was working in the office of the Chief Secretary in the post of CCA. According to the PM, the chairman did not even know what the CCA was, so he raised the question again. In response, the CCA wrote, “I am bound by the conditions, and I cannot state my position before 1975 …” I’m working as a CCA, which means – Churchill Cigar Assistant … “
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it was later found out in the Q&A that when Winston Churchill was elected Prime Minister of England in 1940, cigars were specially sent to him from Trichy, India and the CCA post was created to provide access to Winston Churchill’s cigars in England and To confirm that Churchill was not Prime Minister after the 1945 election, he remained in the CCA and continued to supply. The interesting thing is that even after the independence of India in 1949, this post was maintained but now it comes to the post of Chief Secretary.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that if such unnecessary posts continue and the necessary arrangements are not made, it will be difficult to work, therefore, change is very important, and his government is working towards this goal.