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PM Modi says Parliament session to continue till April 3, asks MPs to raise COVID-19 awareness

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, addressing the BJP's Parliamentary party meet, said that Parliament will run till April 3 and expressed disappointment over missives by some MPs asking for curtailment of the ongoing session due to coronavirus outbreak. He also asked MPs to visit their respective constituencies to make people aware of the disease.
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