New Delhi| Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that the opposition should ask tough questions, but the government should also be allowed to answer. Addressing media persons in the Parliament complex just before the start of the monsoon session, the Prime Minister said, “I would like to urge all parties to ask the toughest and sharpest questions in the Houses, but the government should also allow that in a peaceful atmosphere.” be able to answer.”
He said that this would promote democracy, strengthen the confidence of the people and improve the pace of development.
Modi also said that most of the members have been vaccinated and requested all of them to follow the COVID-19 protocol in both houses.
He hoped that every issue related to the Kovid-19 epidemic and the fight against it will be discussed during the session.
He also sought suggestions to strengthen the fight against the pandemic, citing taking forward the vaccination campaign in the country.
“After getting the vaccine, more than 40 crore people have become ‘Baahbali’ in the fight against Covid-19,” he said.
On Sunday, Modi had said that the government is looking forward to a productive session where all issues are discussed in a peaceful atmosphere and in a constructive manner. The opposition parties have decided to raise the issue of the Center dealing with the second wave of Covid.