Article 370, Ram Mandir mentioned in PM Modi's last speech to 17th Lok Sabha | Latest News India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that the country had witnessed simultaneous 'reform, efficiency and transformation' in the last five years. Thanking everyone at the last session of the 17th Lok Sabha, especially Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, PM Modi said that in the last five years, this Lok Sabha has faced the challenge of Covid and a new way of working. method adopted. PM Modi said MPs did not seek to cut their salary by 30%, and subsidy on canteen food was also stopped, saving MPs from public ridicule. On shifting the meetings to the new Parliament building, PM Modi recalled Sengol's stay in the new building.

PM Modi speaks in the Lok Sabha on Saturday in the last session of the 17th Lok Sabha.
PM Modi speaks in the Lok Sabha on Saturday in the last session of the 17th Lok Sabha.

PM Modi said, “During the term of this Lok Sabha, several decisions were taken which were awaited by many generations. Article 370 was also repealed during the term of this Lok Sabha… I think the drafters of the Constitution would bless us for that.” He further said that the decisions which were awaited by many generations were taken by the 17th Lok Sabha.

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On minimum government and maximum governance, PM Modi said the government should stay out of people's lives and show trust in the people.

As PM Modi mentioned the milestones that the 17th Lok Sabha has been a part of, the Prime Minister mentioned the abrogation of Article 370 and the passage of the Triple Talaq Bill. PM Modi said that the new Parliament building started its journey with the Women's Reservation Bill. PM Modi said that the next 25 years are very important for the country. On one side there are political aspirations and on the other side there are dreams for the country.

“Elections are not far away. Some people may be a little tense but it is a part of democracy and we accept it. Elections are the pride of our democracy,” PM Modi said. .

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