New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said he hoped the budget session of parliament will be fruitful as several opposition parties showed a positive attitude at all party meetings.
"I wish that the parliament session will be fruitful and there is constructive criticism as well," Modi told the media outside parliament.
The budget session of the parliament starts from Tuesday.
Modi said: "There were several meetings held with the opposition parties and all the leaders have shown positive attitude and understanding."
"The opposition has shown a positive attitude. I am hopeful of a constructive debate session in parliament. Even if there is criticism, it should be about the weakness of the government which can further help the country," said Modi.
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