Winter session of Parliament to begin today, PM Modi hopes full attendance

PM urges NDA partners to push Govt agenda in Winter session

Winter session of Parliament to begin today, PM Modi hopes full attendance

During an all-party meeting on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought cooperation of all the parties to make the Winter Session of the Parliament, that starts on Friday, a meaningful and constructive one. The BJP, however, faced flak from the opposition parties who accused the government for trying to curtail the length of the winter session.

Speaking to press, Modi said at the all-party meeting on Thursday, everyone was on-board to take the country ahead and make this session of the parliament positive to achieve that goal.

"The session, which was supposed to end, is starting now", the Congress leader said after the meeting.

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Congress leaders raised the issue of Modi's allegations during a speech in Gujarat that Singh colluded with Pakistan to influence the Gujarat Assembly polls, and said they will raise it in Parliament.

"Either the government should prove the claim or the Prime Minister must apologise".

He said the constructive criticism and constructive debate in Parliament helps the government in making the policies that benefit the people.

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Lok Sabha has been adjourned till 18 December after making obituary references to the current and former members of the legislature.

Some of the subjects are: Supplementary Demand for Grants, Constitutional amendment Article 123- National Commission on Backward Classes constitutional status and Muslim Women's Rights on Marriage 2017. "For this government the Parliament is not a priority but elections are", he said, adding that for the last three and half years this government has been busy contesting elections.

The meeting of the opposition leaders was attended by Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad, Mallikarjun Kharge, Anand Sharma, Jyotiraditya Scindia, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah, SP's Naresh Agrawal, CPI's D. Raja, TMC's Derek O'Brien, NCP's Tariq Anwar and RJD's J.P. Yadav.

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