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'We Are Open To All Discussions': PM Modi Ahead Of Winter Session Of Parliament

PM Modi said the Parliament will observe Constitution Day on November 26, the day when Indian Constitution completes its 70 years.

'We Are Open To All Discussions': PM Modi Ahead Of Winter Session Of Parliament
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses media ahead of the start of Winter Session of Parliament | Photo By Jitender Gupta
'We Are Open To All Discussions': PM Modi Ahead Of Winter Session Of Parliament
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2019-11-18T11:15:19+05:30

Ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he wants open debates on every issue.

"We are open to all discussions. There should be high-quality debates in which all MPs should contribute," PM Modi said ahead of the start of Winter session.

The Winter Session of Parliament begins on Monday. Several key bills are scheduled to be tabled in this session of the Parliament that will last for a period of 26 days. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill is also scheduled to be tabled in this session of the Parliament.

"This is the last Parliament session of 2019. It is very important because it is the 250th Parliament session of the Rajya Sabha," said PM Modi.

He said the Parliament will observe Constitution Day on November 26, the day when Indian Constitution completes its 70 years.

He said he met leaders from almost all political parties in the past few days. "The last session was phenomenal due to the support of and active participation of all MPs, That is an achievement of not only the government or the treasury bench but the entire Parliament," he added.

The Winter Session is scheduled to go on till December 13 and will provide a total of 20 sittings spread over a period of 26 days, including four Private Members' days.

This will be the second session of the Parliament since Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to office with a bigger majority for the second successive term

(Agencies)

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