Winter session will be productive: Modi

Important decisions will be taken, said the prime minister

GN Bureau | December 15, 2017


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The winter session of parliament is starting and I am confident that it will be productive session, said prime minister Narendra Modi on Friday.

He hoped that there is “constructive debate and we come up with innovative solutions to our nation's problems”.

Speaking at the start of the winter session, the prime minister said that at yesterday's all-party meeting, “we all were clear that we need to take the country ahead and this session should be used positively to achieve that”.

“We need to take the country forward and this session should be used positively for that,” he said, adding:”We look forward to having a fruitful session, hope to see positive approach this winter session”.

“This session will continue till 2018 and important decisions will be taken,” said Modi.

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