Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated his displeasure today regarding the absence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs from the Parliament. During the BJP Parliamentary meeting today, Modi said he wasn’t too happy with the attendance of the BJP MPs in the Parliament. As reported by ANI, while addressing the meet today in the Parliament, Prime Minister Modi said that he was not satisfied with the percentage of attendance of the BJP MPs and they urgently needed to overcome the flaw. Modi specifically highlighted the absence of the Bharatiya Janata Party MP’s from the Rajya Sabha, sources reported.
The Parliamentary meet was also taken as a chance for the Prime Minister to discuss the plans for celebrations of India’s 70th Independence Day, reported ANI. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar spoke to the media about the upcoming celebrations on Independence Day and how this celebration would be followed by a Sankalp yatra that will pledge to usher in development across the nation.
“Our Prime Minister said that this year there will be nationwide celebrations starting from August 9 till August 15. After which for 15 days a Sankalp yatra will be conducted throughout the nation, pledging development of nation and every individual,” Kumar told the media. “PM also stated that from 1947 till now India reached new heights but till 2022 India will become a power to reckon with in the world,” he added.