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PM Modi Rajya Sabha speech: Discussion on the matters referred to in the President's Address takes place on a motion of thanks moved by a member and seconded by another member
President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Speaker, Lok Sabha, Om Birla and the Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines, Pralhad Joshi arrives at Parliament on the beginning of Budge
Latest news highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi while replying to the Motion of Thanks on President Ram Nath Kovind's address in Rajya Sabha said that the government is in constant touch with the farmers and there is not strain in relations. The President makes a special address on a statement of government policy that has to be approved by the Cabinet.
Discussion on the matters referred to in the President's Address takes place on a motion of thanks moved by a member and seconded by another member. The Prime Minister will reply to this motion in the Rajya Sabha today.
On Friday, the marathon debate in the Rajya Sabha on the motion of thanks to the President's Address concluded with 50 speakers from 25 political parties taking part in the discussion which was spread over three days. The discussion was one of the longest such debates with high participation of members, said officials.