In the meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Party, the Prime Minister expressed concern over the attitude of the opposition parties.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed concern over the ruckus and obstruction of proceedings by opposition parties in Parliament and said that at a time when the entire human race is facing the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, this attitude of the opposition parties is “very unreasonable”. Responsible’.

The Prime Minister said this while addressing the MPs at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Parliamentary Party meeting on Tuesday. Due to Covid-19, the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting could not be held in the last session of Parliament.

In this meeting held after a long time, almost all the members of the Union Council of Ministers, BJP MP and President JP Nadda were present in this meeting including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

Addressing reporters after the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said, “The Prime Minister expressed great concern over the attitude of the opposition. The Prime Minister wants that there should be discussion in the House and there should be a meaningful discussion. For this the opposition parties should participate in the discussion.

According to Joshi, the Prime Minister said, “For two years, the country is battling the Covid-19 epidemic. Entire mankind has been affected by this but the attitude of the opposition has been very irresponsible, especially of the Congress.

Joshi told that the Prime Minister asked all the MPs to run an awareness campaign in their respective areas for the anti-corona vaccination campaign as well as ensure that the benefits of the Central Government’s Garib Kalyan Yojana reach every poor.

It is noteworthy that the functioning of Parliament was disrupted on Monday due to uproar by the opposition parties on various issues including three agriculture laws of the Central Government. Even due to the uproar, the Prime Minister could not introduce the members of the Council of Ministers in either House. Later he had to lay the list of ministers on the table of the house.

Responding to a question, Joshi said that the government has nothing to do with the Pegasus case.

“If the opposition parties want to raise this issue, they can raise it under the rules. The Information and Technology Minister has already given a statement (in Lok Sabha) about this.”

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