PM Modi can talk to NDA MPs during the monsoon session, know the reason


PM Modi to talk with NDA MPs: Prime Minister Narendra Modi can hold talks with MPs of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) during the monsoon session. According to information received from sources, PM Modi can meet MPs of all his constituents during the current monsoon session of Parliament. Along with this, it is also known that the MPs have been divided into 10 groups to meet them separately. However, no official information related to this has come out.

Union Ministers and BJP officials in charge of coordination

If reports are to be believed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi usually interacts with BJP MPs from different states during the session. Sources said various Union ministers and BJP functionaries have been given the charge of these groups for coordination. He said that a presentation would be made on various development initiatives in the areas represented by these MPs in the meetings, as well as various aspects of the 2024 Lok Sabha campaign could also come up during the talks.

38 parties participated in the meeting addressed by Modi on 18 July

The BJP has increased its outreach to allies ahead of the polls, 38 of which attended a meeting addressed by Modi on July 18. Let us tell you that on that day a meeting of the NDA alliance was organized in which the leaders of all the 38 parties of the alliance were informed about their participation. During this meeting, many pictures were coming out in such a way that it seems clear that preparations have been completed to strengthen the NDA for the Lok Sabha elections.

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Strategy being prepared for the Lok Sabha elections

Top leaders from several other parties including former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, BJP National President JP Nadda were present in the meeting to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, a video also played fiercely when PM Modi greeted Bihar leader Chirag Paswan with love and patted his back. In such a situation, a strategy is being prepared for the Lok Sabha elections by uniting all the parties again.

The last monsoon session of the present Modi government

In such a situation, this is the last monsoon session of the present Modi government after the meeting. By the way, if there is a meeting of PM Narendra Modi with the MPs of all constituents of NDA, then only time will be able to tell whether anything comes out. But, it is expected that once again there will be a discussion about the Lok Sabha elections in the country to run the wave of NDA and Modi, which will be presided over by Prime Minister Modi.

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The first day of the monsoon session was marred by ruckus

However, the first day of the monsoon session turned into a complete ruckus. Echoes of Manipur violence were heard in both the Houses and the work could not be done due to opposition’s ruckus demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a statement and then hold a discussion on the violence in the northeastern state that has been going on for almost two months. Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned once and Rajya Sabha proceedings were adjourned for the whole day after two adjournments due to uproar by opposition members.


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