New Delhi, May 20: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who returned from a three-nation tour onb Tuesday night, met his top ministers at his residence here on Wednesday. BJP president Amit Shah was also present at the meeting.
The meeting focussed on the government's achievements in the last one year and its future plan of action.
PM Narendra Modi and his cabinet took oath on May 26 last year, 10 days after the BJP itself won an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha election.
Among the top ministers who attended the meeting with PM Modi on Wednesday were Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Urban Development Minister Nitin Gadkari.
PM Modi visited China, Mongolia and South Korea in his latest foreign trip and had substantive discussions with the top leadership of all the countries. [In pics: Modi's foreign trips since becoming PM]
He began his three-day visit to China from Xian, hometown of Chinese President Xi Jinping, and also met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the visit saw the two neighbours inking 26 agreements worth $26 billion.
Modi became the first prime minister to visit Mongolia where he held wide-ranging discussions with Mongolian leadership. India announced a $1 billion credit line to Mongolia for infrastructure development.
In South Korea, Modi and President Park Geun-hye discussed and resolved to cover key areas like defence, trade and regional cooperation. South Korea also pledged to provide $10 billion to India for infrastructure development.