Modi urges opposition parties to cooperate in Parliament Monsoon Session

New Delhi: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of Parliament’s Monsoon session which is starting tomorrow has urged opposition parties today sought its cooperation in the passage of GTS bill.

On other hand, the opposition parties declared to target Center government over several issues like developments in Arunachal Pardesh and Kashmir during the Parliament Session starting tomorrow.

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Modi also urged all the political parties to keep national interests above any other considerations.

The PM further said, “We represent both the people and parties and there is a need to keep national interests above anything else”.

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Congress said during an all-party meeting which was convened by the government a day before of Parliament’s Monsoon session that it will support bills but based on merit but offered no assurance on the GST, saying it can take a stand only after the government gives it a “written draft” over concerns raised by it.