“Kharge ji, aao na, haat milaiye (Mr Kharge, come, let’s shake hands),” he said, as the PM turned and smiled at Kharge. When Kharge hesitated, Naidu repeated his request.
The minister refused to take a definitive position on the Congress’s suggestions on the GST Bill, saying such postures only created complications.
All parties should enable Parliament to pass reform measures… It (the Bihar result) shouldn’t be interpreted as a mandate to obstruct Parliament: M Venkaiah Naidu
Naidu said cleaning the entire country was like shaving beard — something that had to be done on a regular basis.
Naidu also hailed the RSS as a nationalistic organisation and said the BJP is in regular touch with it and other bodies such as the ABVP.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu tried to spin the issue around by drawing attention to the disruptions in the House.
Naidu handed over the possession of 1,568 one-room small flats to several beneficiaries of the slum rehabilitation scheme at Mauli Jagran.
The scheme proposes housing for all by 2022 to coincide with the occasion of 75 years of India’s independence.
BJP’s Maharashtra ally had called for scrapping of voting rights of Muslims.
Naidu said on Monday that it was expected that conflicts of interest are declared in accordance with rules.
This means not just using smart technologies but harnessing efficiencies to create a smart management plan to handle the opportunities urbanisation brings for a larger number of Indians.
The decision came following a meeting of a delegation of Andhra Pradesh BJP leaders with Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday.
Naidu urged the opposition parties to understand the practicality of the bill and support its passage.
Naidu said that he respected all parties and leaders and he had not used any unparliamentary language.
Over one crore toilets will also be constructed in urban areas which will benefit over two crore women daily.