Chidambaram's taunt on PM

New Delhi: Veteran Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday questioned PM Narendra Modi for insisting on the need to set aside time for quality discussions in Parliament and assemblies. Will PM Modi ever participate in such discussions within Parliament?

Congress leader P Chidambaram tweeted, "It is interesting to read that PM Modi has stressed the need for quality discussion in Parliament. He has also suggested that a separate time be fixed for quality discussions. The question is whether PM Modi will ever participate in the discussion in Parliament?'' PM Modi addressed the inaugural session of the 82nd Conference of All India Presiding Officers through video conference on Wednesday and shared the idea of setting aside time for healthy and quality discussions in the Houses and said that such discussions should fully adhere to the dignity and seriousness of Parliament. And no one should politically splash on anyone. 'In a way, he should be the healthiest time of Parliament, be the healthiest day,' he said.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, who presided over the conference, expressed similar views and emphasized uniformity in the laws and procedures of all legislative bodies in the country. PM Modi said, "The coming 25 years are very important for India. In the meantime, can we adopt a mantra with full commitment? Can we have the same mantra in it... Duty, duty and duty''.

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