PM Modi reaches to Opposition ahead of the Monsoon session


PM Modi talked about the importance of the opposition in democracy

Narendra Modi reached out to opposition while talking to press Monday morning before the new session is set to start. The PM of India talked about the role of opposition in a democracy. He also talked about the success of recent Lok Sabha Election and asked opposition not to worry about the numbers they have in the parliament.

He asked the MPs to forget about the government and opposition and think issues with impartial spirit.

He said that we value the voice of opposition and asked the members of Parliament to put the differences aside and raise the voice in an unbiased way for a better 5 years in parliament in coming years.

The PM also asked MPs not just to work and say things just for TRP and raise those things which matter for the 17th Lok Sabha.

The opposition is yet to choose its leaders for Upper House and Lower House.

The opposition was defeated badly in the election which has disqualified them to appoint the leader of the opposition. The Congress party is still contending with the Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s decision of stepping down from the post of president. The opposition is yet to choose its leaders for Upper House and Lower House.

BJP has 303 seats in MPs in Lok Sabha out of 545 but they have only 102 members in the Rajya Sabha which is 245 in total.

PM had met leaders of opposition yesterday in a customary meeting

PM had met leaders of opposition yesterday where he thanked the attending members for suggestions and asked them if they are ready to fulfill people’s aspirations.  The opposition raised some important issues during the meeting including unemployment, farmer-distress, press freedom, and drought.

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President Ram Nath Kovind started the session with administrating the oath to all the members of the parliament. The monsoon session which started yesterday will last till 26 July and focus on some Key Bills.

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