MPs who create ruckus in Parliament need to introspect: PM Modi

New Delhi, Jan 31 (UNI) Ahead of the budget session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday urged the Members to not disturb the proceedings of both Houses and said, “Those who have become habituated to creating ruckus will introspect as to what they have done in the past ten years.”

“No one remembers those who created ruckus…no matter how harsh the criticism is, no one remembers it. On the other hand, a large section of people still remember those who benefited the House with their good ideas,” Prime Minister Modi told reporters outside Parliament.

PM Modi also said the BJP would present the full budget once the new government is formed.

“You know when election time is near, usually a full budget is not kept…Following the same tradition, we will also present the full budget before you after the formation of the new government,” PM Modi said.

The Prime Minister said at the end of the first session held in this new Parliament building, the Parliament took a very significant decision, and that decision was the ‘Narishakti Vandan Act’.

“On January 26, we saw how the country experienced the bravery, strength, and determination of women power…adding that at the beginning of the budget session today, the interim budget will be presented under the guidance of President Droupadi Murmu Ji and tomorrow by Nirmala Sitharaman Ji. In a way, this is a festival of realization of women’s power.”

The Budget Session of Parliament began on Wednesday with an address by President Droupadi Murmu to the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Interim Budget on Thursday.

The session will continue till February 09.

Meanwhile, ahead of the Session, the government on Wednesday convened an all-party meeting to ensure smooth functioning of both Houses.

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