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Last updated: 11 Dec, 2018  

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SME Times News Bureau | 11 Dec, 2018

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called for cooperation of the members of parliament to make the Winter Session fruitful.

"You all are welcome to the Winter Session. This session is important. I hope that we all strive towards accomplishing the maximum possible tasks that are of public importance and significant to the country for the welfare of the people and the country," Modi said

"I believe that all the members of the House will move ahead with this spirit. We have been relentlessly striving to have discussions on different issues. The discussion could be an open one and a heated one but it must take place, “he added.

There might be debates, discussions and conversations but I would like to request the House to work even beyond the stipulated time and all the important subjects of discussion must reach to a conclusion, the Prime Minister said.

"Efforts should be towards making the discussion more meaningful and robust. And I believe that all the political parties who will be facing the test in the month of May will make the most out of this session keeping in mind the welfare of the public and not for the interests of their respective parties," Modi said.

 
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