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PM Narendra Modi also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode"

PM Narendra Modi also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode"
PM Narendra Modi also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode"
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Prime Minister Narendra modi yesterday disapproved of ministers skipping parliament duty and asked for the names of absentees to be sent to him every evening. Meanwhile at a weekly meeting of the BJP parliamentary party, PM modi asked Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi to regularly list ministers who had been absent despite being rostered for parliament.

PM Narendra Modi also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode"

Furthermore according to BJP leaders present at the meeting the Prime Minister advised his party's parliamentarians to "work beyond the sphere of politics. When stressing on the water crisis, PM modi reportedly asked lawmakers to sit with officials in their constituencies and discuss people's problems. PM modi reportedly counseled lawmakers "MPs must do some unique work in their constituencies, work with the local administration and participate in social work". Furthermore he also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode" to tackle disease like tuberculosis and leprosy.



Previously the Prime Minister had berated party lawmakers for skipping parliament and at another parliamentary party meeting, he had expressed dismay over the conduct of lawmakers like veteran BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya's son akash Vijayvargiya, who assaulted an official with a cricket bat and later showed no remorse. Hence such people should be expelled from the party without exception, "no matter whose son".

                                                    


PM Narendra Modi also urged lawmakers to "work in mission mode"
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