New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the BJP MPs not to show any complacency and reach out to people on the ground.
Upon entering for the meeting, BJP national president JP Nadda congratulated the Prime Minister. Nadda also gave praise to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for delivering the Union Budget 2023.
Every Tuesday during a session of the House, the BJP holds its weekly meeting there. Addressing fellow party MPs, PM Modi lauded his government's effort to bring in a budget at a very difficult time. He said, there is something in the budget for every social class. To bring the budget to the people, the PM requested party legilsaters.
According to sources quoting PM Modi, "It is a tremendous obligation on behalf of the MPs to talk about the budget to their constituency and explain to them what is in the budget for them and how this budget comes in at a time when the globe is going through a major economic crisis." The Prime Minister also urged BJP MPs to keep taking part in competitions and sports to engage youth and residents in border district areas.
"Even if the BJP was successful in winning majorities in 2014 and 2019, and the general public is pleased with the party's efforts, however, one must maintain vigilance and avoid becoming complacent "PM gave party MPs advice.
On January 31 of this year, President Droupadi Murmu delivered the joint address that officially opened the Parliament's budget session. On February 1, Nirmala Sitharaman, the union's minister of finance, unveiled the budget year 2023–24.
Due to the ongoing impasse around the Adani issue, no activity has been conducted in Parliament since that time. The administration must appear in Parliament and address the Adani stock issue, which caused disruption in both Houses, according to the opposition. A joint parliamentary committee investigation into the claims of stock manipulation against the Adani Group is demanded by opposition parties.
In relation to their demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to look into the Adani Issue, the opposition parties also convened a meeting on Tuesday to "decide the day's strategy."
However, it is expected that the opposing parties will break the impasse in the Parliament today. Following the submission of their demands, they may take part in the discussion of the President's speech; nevertheless, the ultimate decision will be made at the opposition parties' meeting on Tuesday.
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