PM Modi said in the BJP Parliamentary meeting: Congress neither allows Parliament to run

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PM Modi said in the BJP Parliamentary meeting: Congress neither allows Parliament to run- Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Congress of obstructing the proceedings of the Parliament in the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting. PM Modi said that Congress neither allows the House to run nor does it allow discussion. PM Modi said that Congress is boycotting the meetings of Parliament. He said that when the meeting was called on Kovid-19, Congress also boycotted and prevented other parties from coming. PM Modi urged BJP MPs to expose this ‘work’ of Congress and opposition in front of the public and media.

Union Ministers Prahlad Joshi and V Muraleedharan briefed the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting on what happened in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha last week. On this, PM Modi asked the party MPs to expose the opposition. PM Modi said that the opposition MPs are not coming and are not allowing the house to function.

According to sources, the Prime Minister asked the party MPs to apprise the public about the attitude of the opposition parties in Parliament and tell them that the government is ready for debate on all issues, but the opposition parties are running away from it and creating a ruckus.

In the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting, PM Modi also said that party workers should go to 75 villages in the 75th year of independence. He said that the MPs should stay in the village for 75 hours. The Prime Minister said that during this time the workers will give information to the people on digital literacy.

‘Amrit Mahotsav’ is not just a government program, it should be a mass movement: PM Modi

Addressing the reporters after the meeting, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal said that while addressing the meeting, Prime Minister Modi said, ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is not just a government program. It should be in the form of a mass movement…we have to move forward with public participation.’

According to Meghwal, the Prime Minister asked the MPs to loudly celebrate the ‘Amrit Mahotsav’ of independence in their parliamentary constituencies and suggested that they prepare a team of two workers each in each assembly constituency to visit 75 villages and there are 75 The day stopped

According to the Union Minister, PM Modi said, ‘This group should go among the public and spread awareness about digital literacy. It is very important. MPs should represent this program. On this occasion, the Prime Minister suggested to the MPs to organize programs including competition of local sports in their areas, to promote sanitation-related programs.

According to Meghwal, the Prime Minister said that many people sacrificed their lives for the country’s independence, but “we have to explain to the public whether we can live for the country”. With this feeling, we have to grow among the public. According to information received from sources, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan gave details of the work done so far in both the houses of Parliament. According to sources, after this the Prime Minister asked the MPs to mention the attitude of the opposition parties in Parliament when they go to the public.