Redefinition of government by elimination of whatever is obsolete in laws, regulations, administrative structures and practices

Government will be redefined by elimination of whatever is obsolete in laws, regulations, administrative structures, practices and would be purposive

December 23, 2016|OPINDIA|Full Article

As for eliminating old laws, by July 2016, the government had already repealed 1,175 laws by legislation

As for changing regulations: There have been changes in regulations in almost all sectors. Here are only few examples:
Changes in visa regulations

Modi government has cleared the Model Shops and Establishment Bill, which will allow shops, banks, cinema halls, malls, restaurants and other retail commercial establishments to stay open 24 hours, seven days a week—if they choose to. (June 29, 2016)

There have been changes in the The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill through legislation

Amendment in the First Schedule of Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 has been made. This amendment eliminated long standing confusion about jurisdiction of Central and State Governments on Alcohol – Potable Alcohol and Industrial Alcohol has been resolved. This Amendment was made to create a balance between the Union and States.

Open Government and Accountable Administration
Achieved
Source: 
www.bjp.org/manifesto2014