Ahead of Monsoon session, PM Narendra Modi appeals to all MPs to cooperate

"I would like to urge all the MPs and all the parties to ask the most difficult and sharpest questions in the Houses but should also allow the Govt to respond, in a disciplined environment," PM Modi said.

By Rajan Nath - July 19, 2021 11:07 am

Ahead of the Monsoon Session of the Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked the opposition to ask the sharpest of questions in Parliament but they should also allow the government to respond.

He urged all Floor Leaders that if they can take out some time on Tuesday evening then he would like to give them all detailed information regarding the pandemic.

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"We want discussion inside the Parliament as well with the Floor Leaders outside the Parliament," PM Narendra Modi said ahead of the Monsoon Session in the Parliament.

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"I would like to urge all the MPs and all the parties to ask the most difficult and sharpest questions in the Houses but should also allow the Govt to respond, in a disciplined environment," he said.

Adding, he said that this will boost democracy, strengthen people's trust and improve the pace of development.

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"We want that the pandemic is discussed on priority and we get constructive suggestions from all MPs so that there comes a fresh approach in a fight against COVID-19 and shortcomings be corrected so that everyone moves forward together in the fight," PM said.

Furthermore, he said that the COVID-19 vaccine is given in 'baahu' (arms), those who take it become 'Baahubali'. "Over 40 cr people have become 'Baahubali' in the fight against COVID-19," he said, adding that "It's being taken forward."

"The pandemic has gripped the entire world. So we want meaningful discussions in the Parliament over it," he added.

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