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  • 6:21 PM IST
    Parliament Live News Updates: PM Modi concludes his speech, says “There is no place for corruption in our nation. Our fight against corruption will continue.”
    Let’s build a “New India” together, he adds.
  • 6:16 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: “Congress missed opportunities with uniform civil code and shah bano case, today again there is an opportunity, we have brought a bill for women empowerment, please do not link it to religion,” PM Modi said.

  • 6:10 PM IST
    Parliament Live News Updates: “We are being slammed because we didn’t put some ppl in jail, this is not emergency that Govt can throw anyone in jail, this is democracy & judiciary will decide on this. We let law take its course and if someone gets bail then they should enjoy,we don’t believe in vendetta,” PM: Modi says.
  • 6:09 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: PM Modi delivers a fierce attack on the Congress, says grand old party championed appeasement politics.

    PM Modi: What one of the main Congress ministers during Shah Bano case said in an interview recently is shocking, he said other Cong ministers remarked that it was not the job of the Congress to reform Muslims, “if they want to lie in the gutter let them be” is what they said.

  • 6:06 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: “Jal ministry to deal with water shortage,” PM Modi asserted.

  • 6:04 PM IST

  • 6:03 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: Make in India can evolve India,” PM Modi says in Lok Sabha. “We aim to become a 5 trillion dollar economy,” he adds.

  • 6:00 PM IST
    Parliament Live News Updates: PM Modi says in Lok Sabha, “Sardar Sarovar Dam was the brainchild of Sardar Patel. But, work on this dam was constantly delayed. As Chief Minister of Gujarat, I had to sit on a fast for this project. After NDA came to power, the work speed increased and it is benefiting many people.”


    Today, when we talk about water resources, I remember Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. It was he who worked passionately on waterways and irrigation,” Modi adds.
  • 5:58 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: The decisions we have taken will benefit farmers, traders, youngsters and other sections of society. A lot of the major promises we made, we have begun fulfilling them: PM Modi

  • 5:57 PM IST

    Parliament Live News Updates: Jab iraada kar liya hai oonchi udaan ka, ,tab fizool hai dekhna kad aasman ka,” PM Narendra Modi gets poetic in Lok Sabha.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Lok Sabha, in a note of thanks and reply to several issues that were raised by President Ram Nath Kovind last week in his joint address to both the Houses of the Parliament.

Further, the PM’s speech also outlined the agenda of the government for the next five years.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah was also slated to address the Lok Sabha today. Shah was expected to introduce the  Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Rule, 2019 that regulates foreign contributions, News18 reported.

On Monday, Shah introduced the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Amendment Bill in the 17th Lok Sabha.

Last week, President Ram Nath Kovind addressed a joint session of both Houses of Parliament, urging all MPs to consider the government’s ‘one nation, one election’ concept while emphasising the need to ensure stringent punishment for crimes against women as part of efforts to build a secure nation.

“During the last few decades, due to frequent elections being held in some part of the country or the other, the pace and continuity of development programmes have been impacted,” he said.

“Our countrymen have demonstrated their wisdom by delivering a clear verdict… ‘One nation – simultaneous elections’ is the need of the hour, which would facilitate accelerated development, thereby benefitting our countrymen.

“With such a system in place, all political parties, will be able to better utilise their energy towards development and public welfare. Therefore, I urge all MPs to seriously ponder over this development-oriented proposal of ‘one nation – simultaneous elections’.”