Delhi

PM makes Parliament’s temperature jibe

Speaking to reporters in the Parliament House Complex, Modi said, "This session is related to the weather. Though the rainy season has started in Delhi, the temperature outside is not decreasing.

New Delhi: Ahead of the Monsoon Session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the monsoon season has started and the weather is hot but “don’t know if temperature inside (Parliament) will come down or not.”

Speaking to reporters in the Parliament House Complex, Modi said, “This session is related to the weather. Though the rainy season has started in Delhi, the temperature outside is not decreasing. However, can not say whether temperature inside (Parliament) will come down or not.”

Urging the MPs to maintain the dignity of the Parliament, he said, “We always consider the House to be an efficient medium of communication, a pilgrimage center where open dialogue and debates are held. Here, issues are analysed in detail, so that a positive contribution can be made in policy and decisions.”

“I would urge all MPs to hold discussions to make the house as productive as we can,” he added.

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UNI

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