PM Modi met Sonia Gandhi in Parliament, inquired about her health


Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Congress Parliamentary Party chief Sonia Gandhi on the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament. During this, there was a brief conversation between the two. During this, PM Modi inquired about Sonia Gandhi’s health.

Sonia Gandhi demands PM Modi to discuss Manipur issue

During the meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi raised the issue of Manipur. He urged PM Modi to discuss the situation in Manipur in the House. Congress leader in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary gave this information. According to Chaudhary, Sonia Gandhi made this demand during a brief conversation with Prime Minister Modi inside the Lok Sabha on the first day of the monsoon session.

Before the start of the session, PM Modi met the ruling party and opposition MPs.

Shortly before the commencement of the House meeting, Prime Minister Modi went to the gallery of ruling and opposition members in the House and greeted the leaders. When he reached the gallery of the opposition Sonia Gandhi He had a brief conversation with Leaders usually greet each other on the first day of the Parliament session.

In Manipur, two women were stripped naked and made to run on the streets, the main accused arrested, the government strict on the video

PM Modi said in Manipur video case – the culprits will not be spared

Expressing anger over the incident of two women being paraded naked in Manipur, Prime Minister Modi said in the Parliament complex that this incident is shameful for any civilized society and has brought shame to the entire country. Addressing the media before the commencement of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, the Prime Minister assured the countrymen that the guilty in this case would not be spared and the law would strictly follow one step after another. He said, what has happened to the daughters of Manipur… Its culprits can never be forgiven.

Make full use of the Parliament session to carry forward the works of public interest: Prime Minister

Describing the importance of the bills to be brought in the monsoon session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned all political parties to make full use of this session to carry forward the work of public interest. Addressing the media on the first day of the session, Modi expressed confidence that all members will make maximum use of the monsoon session of Parliament in public interest. He said, the more and the sharper the discussion, the better the decisions that give far-reaching results in the public interest.

Prime Minister said – When the discussion is prosperous, then the decisions are also result oriented

The Prime Minister said that when the discussion is prosperous, the decisions are also result-oriented. He said, that’s why I urge all political parties, all MPs to make full use of this session to take forward the works of public interest. Modi said that this session is important in many ways because the bills being brought during this period are directly related to the interests of the people. At a time when the young generation is taking the lead with the digital world, this bill is going to give a new confidence to every citizen of the country and enhance India’s prestige in the world. Modi said that in the same way, the National Research Foundation is a big step in the context of the new education policy, which will be used to strengthen research.

Uproar in Parliament over Manipur issue

Uproar continues across the country after the video of two women being paraded naked on the road in Manipur went viral. Protests are being held from the road to the Parliament. Even in the Parliament, the opposition parties, including the Congress, created a lot of ruckus regarding this issue. Opposition MPs surrounded the Narendra Modi government at the Center on this issue and demanded strict action from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Congress demands resignation from Manipur CM, holds Modi and Shah responsible

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on the gruesome incident of parading naked in Manipur, the Congress said that Modi completely ignored the issue of caste conflict in the state and did not even direct Chief Minister N Biren Singh to step down. Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh also said that the Chief Minister should resign immediately and Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah also cannot escape from their responsibility.


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