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All-party meet: PM says open to discussing all issues; Oppn raises Farooq Abdullah's detention

IndiaTimes Sunday, 17 November 2019
At the meeting attended by 27 parties, PM Modi said most important job of the House is to discuss and debate, parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi told reporters. PM Modi said that this session should also be as productive as the last one. "Government is ready to discuss all issues within the framework of rules and procedures of the Houses," said Modi.
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