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Narendra Modi upset with ministers skipping roster duty in Parliament, asks for names

Mid-Day Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed displeasure and took "serious cognizance" of those ministers who are not adhering to the roster duty in Parliament.

Modi raised the issue during BJP's parliamentary party meeting at the Parliament Library Building and also asked the lawmakers to remain present in the...
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PM Modi asked for names of ministers who skipped BJP Parliamentary Party meeting.

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