Continuous Elections Affect Parliament Sessions And Discussions; PM’s Pitch For ‘One Nation One Election’

New Delhi: “Continuous elections are affecting the sessions and discussions of Parliament. Elections will continue to happen, and I would like to tell all the MPs that discussions in Parliament should help the country move forward,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.One Nation One Election ‘appeared to be supported. He was speaking to the media before Modi entered Parliament. The budget session of Parliament started from today (January 31). Tomorrow (February 1), Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget.

Modi said, “This convention can be an important opportunity for discussion, issues and open discussion. I would like to tell all the MPs that political parties should help the country move forward through open discussion. Also, if elections are in their place, elections will continue.”But the country’s budget session creates a blueprint for the year. That is why everyone needs to be present at the convention. “

The budget session is starting in the country from today. I welcome all of you to the session of Parliament. The country’s vaccination campaign, the country-made vaccine has made its mark all over the world. A belief has been created about the vaccine being developed in the country.There is a worldwide belief in India’s vaccine.

Likely Discussion In Parliament 

Inflation has been rising in the country for some time now. In December, retail inflation stood at 5.59 per cent and wholesale inflation at 13.56 per cent. The issue will be debated in both houses of parliament over the purchase of Pegasus’ espionage technology, which will be opposed by the opposition. The issue of farmers, inflation, unemployment and Chinese infiltration are also expected to be discussed in Parliament.

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