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BJP says it is ready to discuss all issues in monsoon session of Parliament

All India Radio Sunday, 16 July 2017
BJP says it is ready to discuss all issues in monsoon session of  ParliamentBJP today said that it is ready to discuss all issues in the monsoon session of Parliament and hoped that the legislative function will be smooth.Speaking at a panel discussion of All India Radio on Issues Before Parliament, BJP spokesperson Gopal Agrawal said the current agrarian crisis has been going on since long and the previous UPA government is more answerable for it.
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PM Narendra Modi addressed the nation before the monsoon session of the Parliament commenced on Monday. He acknowledged that it was important for all the parties of the nation working together for national interest. He gave an example of how a milestone like GST was achieved because of this unity.

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