Strive to fulfil public aspirations: PM Modi at NDA meet | India News

Strive to fulfil public aspirations: PM Modi at NDA meet | India News


NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that the NDA would keep working to fulfil people’s aspirations and urged members of all constituents to work in tandem as he addressed a meeting of the alliance on Sunday, a day ahead of the beginning of the monsoon session of the Parliament.
Covid-19 vaccine supplies, OBC reservation in NEET and Naga peace accord were among the issues discussed when floor leaders of NDA met to discuss floor strategy for the session.
“Joined the NDA meeting. Our alliance will keep working for public good and fulfilling people’s aspirations,” PM Modi tweeted after the meeting.
Those present in the meeting included home minister Amit Shah, defence minister Rajnath Singh, BJP president JP Nadda, parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi. Among the allies, A Navaneethakrishnan of AIADMK, Ram Thakur from JD(U), Anupriya Patel from Apna Dal, Agatha Sangma from NPF, Union minister and RPI leader Ramdas Athawale, LJP member Pashupati Paras and GK Vasan were also present.
In the meeting, the PM also asked the alliance leaders to work in coordination and suggested that they should be present in the House. Joshi briefed the alliance leaders about the businesses to be taken up during the session. Sources said Anupriya Patel demanded a discussion on teachers’ recruitment and OBC quota in NEET, while Navaneethakrishnan demanded more Covid-19 vaccines doses for Tamil Nadu.
After the meeting, Lorho S Pfoze from Naga People’s Front said that he had taken up the issue of Naga peace accord. “We support the NDA and BJP particularly because of the leadership at the Centre. In Manipur, we are doing well as a coalition partner. Now we have raised the issue of the Naga peace process. It has been 26 years now and the process is going on for such a long long time,” he said.





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