India celebrates Good Governance Day every year on December 25 to mark the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. On this year’s occasion of Good Governance Day, some Indian states will organize rallies to pay tribute to Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Different state ministers will hold conferences on the upcoming policies of the government. Meetings will also be held in all assembly constituencies on the socio-political issues of the country. Good Governance Day largely aims to make the citizens of India aware of good governance, notably the accountability in government and their work and policies. 

This day was first celebrated in 2014, on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was born on 25 December 1924. When Vajpayee led India, the nation witnessed a prompt transition in sectors like infrastructure and administration. Atal Bihari Vajpayee handled multiple dynamic judgments when he was in power, and all the decisions he took caused a tremendous influence on transforming India. Vajpayee was one of the main reasons behind India’s massive projects like the Golden Quadrilateral Infrastructure plan, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for Education, the Nuclear Tests of 1998, Telecom policies, and a few major economic reforms as well. 

Vajpayee was a prominent example of how a nation is governed adequately and subtly, and hence, Good Governance Day is dedicated to him. He is one of the excellent examples of how good governance constructs a nation that thrives with the right policies and true-to-life leadership.

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