Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed his displeasure over the absence of lawmakers from both the Houses.
During parliamentary party meet, Modi said it is a serious issue and asked them to be present in the Parliament.
In a warning mode, the Prime Minister told lawmakers that they all know that how he is serious about the presence of lawmakers in the Upper house and the Lok Sabha.
Modi also objected over the absence of a few ministers from the Rajya Sabha on Monday.
During BJP's Parliamentary, PM Modi raised questions over attendance of BJP members in Parliament, asking them to ensure presence (file pic) pic.twitter.com/ENz7c0KEzW— ANI (@ANI_news) March 21, 2017
While talking to reporters, Union Parliamentary Affairs minister Ananth Kumar informed that the Prime Minister directed about the roadmap for coming days. He told that village panchayat members will meet on April 6 which also happens to be foundation day of the saffron party.
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