Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said the National Democratic Alliance government has not made any major mistakes in terms of governance since it came to power almost two years ago. He added that the hallmark of his government was quick decision-making in all areas without any "corrupt motives" and was giving a direction to the country's policies, unlike previous governments led by the Congress party.

"When you compare it with its predecessor governments, in terms of direction and you see any department of the government, the decisions are more reform-oriented, they are bold and the direction is absolutely clear rather than confusing," Jaitley told PTI. With the Narendra Modi government completing two years in power this May, Jaitley said the Centre is pursuing the policy of expediting reforms and growth, and is "using the state resource for helping the less privileged".