The BJP on Tuesday told its MPs to communicate to the public the stand its government has taken to protect the interests of farmers at the WTO and assure them that it would not compromise with their interests at any cost.
Commenting on the alleged scuffle between Bharaitya Janata Party (BJP) and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) Members of Parliament, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday appealed to all political parties to maintain peace and decorum in Parliament.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday asked newly-elected party MPs to focus on their conduct both in Parliament and in public as people were observing them and directed them to nurture their constituencies and spread the message of good governance.
Taking a dig at meet being held to brief new Members of Parliament (MPs) from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress leader Manish Tewari Saturday said that he hoped that the MPs are trained to maintain decorum in Parliament.
Reeling under the porngate scandal
involving three of its members, the ruling BJP in Karnataka
on Tuesday decided to hold a training session for its ministers and
legislators to teach them discipline and morality.
In a move aimed at cornering the government on the issue of black money, the BJP on Wednesday distributed forms at its Parliamentary Party meet wherein party MPs would declare that they do not have illegal wealth stashed abroad.