New DelhiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the Coronavirus epidemic is plaguing the entire world and should be given high priority in Parliamentary session to discuss the fight against Kovid.
Speaking to reporters at the parliamentary complex, he said the vaccine has been given to the arm. Those who have been vaccinated are poor. 40 million people in the country are bad people. The vaccine has been shown to increase the risk of infection.
The coronavirus pervades the entire world, and a meaningful debate on the coronavirus is required in parliament. We therefore appeal to the leaders of the Opposition to ask the central government some of the toughest and toughest questions, as well as allow the government to answer. He said the Parliament should maintain a disciplined environment.
I would like to give all kinds of detailed information about the epidemic if the opposition leaders give some time tomorrow evening. Having said that, we are looking forward to discussing with all the leaders inside and outside Parliament.
Meanwhile, Lok Sabha receiver Om Birla tweeted on social network Twitter that people want their hopes and hopes to reach the government through parliament. Having said that, I think all political parties play a positive role in this direction.
YSR CP Mathilda Gurumoorthy, BJP Mangala Suresh, IUML Abdusammad Samadan and Congressman Vijay Vasant have been sworn in as Lok Sabha members.
Meanwhile, Abdul Wahab of the Muslim Union Muslim League has taken oath as a Rajya Sabha member.