Modi government trying to woo opposition before the commencement of parliament session, three ministers met Sonia

Jun 07 2019 07:26 PM
Modi government trying to woo opposition before the commencement of parliament session, three ministers met Sonia

New Delhi: Modi government wants opposition to take over before parliament session begins. It is the intention of the Government not to create unnecessary hurdles by the opposition during the session. With this objective, 3 senior ministers of the NDA government have come to meet UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Friday.

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Among those who met Congress leader Sonia Gandhi include parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi, parliamentary working mos Arjun Meghwal and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. It is the endeavour of the Government to create a cordial relationship with the opposition. The first session of the 17th Lok Sabha is Agaz on June 17. In this session, the Government will face the challenge of turning 10 ordinances into law. For this, the government will need all possible support from the opposition.

The Modi government has sent its ministers to meet Sonia Gandhi to pursue the Congress. Also, the speaker has not yet been selected. As the new speaker of parliament will be elected on June 19, the ruling party wants to know the opinion of the opposition on the issue.

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