New Delhi: With the Winter Session in the offing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this Parliamentary session, issues of public interest will take the front seat. He said that this session is important and it is his faith that all members of the Parliament will respect the sentiment and move ahead.Also Read - General Bipin Rawat’s Cremation on Friday: Govt Plans to Appoint New CDS in Next 7-10 Days | Key Points

PM Modi said, “This session is important, many issues of public importance will be taken up. I have faith that all the members of the Parliament will respect this sentiment and move ahead. Our efforts are that discussions are held on all issues.” Also Read - A True Patriot, India Will Never Forget His Exceptional Service: PM Modi On Gen. Rawat's Demise

“Many issues of public importance will be taken up. I have faith that all the members of the Parliament will respect this sentiment and move ahead. Our efforts are that discussions are held on all issues,” Modi said. Also Read - Sonia Gandhi Slams Govt on Farmers' Issue, Condemns Suspension of RS MPs

The Winter Session is set to witness a united Opposition piling up pressure on the government on a plethora of issues like the exit of the RBI Governor, rumblings in the CBI and Rafale deal, while parties like Shiv Sena are set to make a renewed pitch for Ram temple in Ayodhya.

PM Modi on Tuesday appealed to all political parties to ensure smooth functioning while assuring that all issues would be discussed in the House.