When it comes to the future of India, the country will look like a land of opportunity, says the government

An article by Vikram Singh (Firstpost)An article by Anupama BhattThe Indian government is taking an ambitious step towards ensuring that all citizens have a seat at the table of government in a bid to usher in the “Digital India”.

The government has set up a “Digital Indian Council” comprising ministers, top bureaucrats, and representatives from the private sector to develop the vision for the country’s future.

This will help in “fostering” a “digital India” and to “help the citizens of India to participate in the government decision making process”.

The Council will be headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is also the chief secretary.

The Prime Minister has announced that the Council will “develop an approach for digital India, to enable all citizens to participate with equal ease and speed, and build a digital India that is open, transparent, accountable and accountable to the people of India”.

India will have a Digital India by 2022The “Digital” part of the term is important.

A “Digital-India” is a digital ecosystem where digital technology is being used in ways that are open, inclusive and accountable.

Digital India, in the words of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, is “a new and inclusive society in which every citizen, regardless of their gender, race, religion, or ethnicity, is empowered to achieve his or her dreams”.

It’s an ambitious vision.

It will not come easy.

But the government has already set up the Digital India Council.

The government hopes that the council will be a stepping stone for the implementation of the countrywide Digital India policy announced in 2016, which aims to create a Digital economy with a digital mindset and digital infrastructure.

The Digital India Policy has been rolled out with the backing of the Prime Minister.

It was an ambitious goal, but it was also a “bold step”, says a spokesperson for the Prime Minster.

In order to make the Digital Government “a reality”, the government will “bring together the top stakeholders to create and manage the Digital Indian Council.

The government will set up guidelines for the Council and will set out specific initiatives to be implemented by it.

The Government of India will also set up an Information Technology Advisory Committee.

It has the task of ensuring that the Digital Innovation Plan, Digital Governance Plan and Digital Policy are implemented effectively”.

The digital governance of India has been “challenging” for some timeNow, the government is putting its best foot forward to create the Digital “India”.

The government is “pushing for a Digital Governal Model that is a mix of public and private sectors and where the public sector is leading the charge”.

The Digital India Commission is “working on the implementation” of the Digital Governess Model, says a government spokesperson.

It is also looking into how “the digital landscape will be structured to facilitate the participation of stakeholders and incentivise innovation”.

A lot is riding on the Digital governmentNow, if the government’s ambitious vision is to create “a digital India” then the Digital Economy Council is an important step in the right direction.

But, it’s not the only step that needs to be taken.

The Digital Government has been struggling for some years to be accepted by the Indian public.

In the 2015 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP, which had dominated the previous government, won just three seats.

The party had been the dominant party in the Lok Sabha for more than 30 years.

And the government had been a party that had made a series of efforts to take the country in the digital direction.

But that has not been enough to sway voters in the upcoming elections.

The opposition had been able to pick up the support of voters and it had also been able have a large majority in Parliament.

A large number of people, mostly women, were not willing to give up on the digital future.

The BJP was able to win the election because of its image.

It did not have a strong image among the people, it did not come across as a “real” alternative to the ruling party.

And it was not able to have a real impact on people’s lives.

So, it was a bit of a surprise to see the BJP emerge as the dominant political force in the country.

The Prime Minister was able make a strong impression by saying that the party will continue to be the largest political force.

This has given the government a good chance to make good on its promise of creating “a Digital India”.

But this will not be easy.

The “Digital Governance” model was supposed to be a “transformational” model.

It would enable the government to “reform” India.

And there was no doubt that it was going to transform India in a “new and inclusive” way.

But the reforms were seen as being driven by vested interests, by the vested interests of the existing government, and by those in the private sectors who were also not keen on the change.

So, it would not be a smooth