Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges ‘frank discussions’ in Parliament’s winter session

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has requested all political parties for “frank discussions on all matters” in the winter session of Parliament, commencing from today till 13th December. 

PM Modi claimed to have met leaders of various political parties before the session and encouraged them to speak about the issues in the two Houses. Prior to the beginning of the session, Prime Minister Modi said that the National Democratic Alliance was all set to address all the issues. 


Forming a successful Parliament session

Modi said that he expected the session to be successful, like the previous one and that the success of a Parliament session is not because of the government but because of all the political parties and MPs. According to reports, he even urged the opposition to participate in “constructive and high-quality debates” that would help take the nation forward. 

The PM also stated that the winter session should be providing momentum to the development journey of the nation & the fundamental nature of debates & discussions help the nation in its development.

He added,

“We will celebrate 70 years of Constitution on 26th January. Unity and diversity are the essences of the Constitution. It is the force that governs the country.” 

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