“Aap ko kuch kehna, hame batana hai, desh aise hi chalta hai (You have some items to say, we have some points to convey to),” the PM said, introducing disruptions hurt the ruling party, the opposition and in the end the country. He said the government was ready to discuss any make a difference of national significance even as Congress asserted that the opposition would press for a JPC probe into the Rafale deal.
NDA ally Shiv Sena pitched for a legislation on building of Ram temple in Ayodhya in the course of the conference, convened by the govt a working day forward of the winter season session and attended by flooring leaders of a variety of political functions from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
Briefing reporters, parliamentary affairs minister Narendra Singh Tomar mentioned all get-togethers were being in favour of a productive session. Sena MP Chandrakant Khaire explained they would not allow the house to purpose if the government did not deliver a monthly bill for building of Ram temple.