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Long-pending issues are resolved by looking for solution: PM Modi

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Long-pending issues are resolved by looking for solution: PM Modi

Long-pending issues are resolved by looking for solution: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated multi-storeyed flats for Members of Parliament via video conferencing, today.

During his address, he said, "The long-pending issues since decades are resolved by looking for a solution and not by procrastinating it.

Not only the MPs residences, but there were some other projects also that were pending since years."


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