PM urges MPs to make full use of Parliament monsoon session to discuss public interest issues

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed confidence that MPs will use the monsoon session of Parliament to discuss issues of public welfare and said that sharper the discussion the better outcome it generates in public interest.

“Today, when we are meeting in the holy month of Sawan in this temple of democracy…I am confident that all the MPs together will use this for the maximum welfare of people and carry out their responsibilities as MPs”,  he said in his remarks ahead of the commencement of the monsoon session of Parliament.

“I believe that all the honourable Members of Parliament together will make maximum use of this session in public interest. Discussion plays a significant role; the sharper the discussion, the better the decisions are made that give far-reaching results in the public interest”, he added.

PM Modi also talked about significance of various bills including personal data  protection bill. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi had  said on Wednesday that 31 bills are on the agenda of the government. The monsoon session will continue till August 11 (ANI)

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