The comments of the Prime Minister on the opposition come as both Houses of Parliament have been facing multiple adjournments due to ruckus created by opposition parties repeatedly.
The Visakha Ukku Parirakshana Porata Committee leaders also brought to Nirmala Sitharaman's notice that the steel plant will earn profits if captive mines are allocated to it.
In Rajya Sabha, YSRC leader Vijayasai Reddy requested Chairman to suspend business and take up discussion on Special Category Status. In Lok Sabha, YRSC demanded release of pending Polavaram dues.
Finance Minister Nirmala SItharaman, alluding to the never-before contraction of the country's GDP in FY 2020-21, called it the unparalleled effect of the 'once in a century' COVID-19 pandemic.
Out of the total length of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, 350 km has already been constructed and works for construction of 825 km is in progress, Union Highways Minister Gadkari said.
As soon as PM Modi stood up to introduce new ministers, opposition members started shouting slogans and disrupted the proceedings.
Congress has also geared up to raise various matters, including the issue of snooping. Congress MP Manish Tewari has moved an adjournment motion on the issue of farmers' protest.
Urge MPs, parties to ask sharpest of questions in Parliament, but should allow govt to respond: PM Modi
Modi said he has urged all floor leaders to take some time out on Tuesday evening when he would like to give them detailed information on the pandemic.
The All India Trinamool Congress has given multiple notices under various Rules in both house of Parliament on the opening day of the Monsoon session, the party said.
Rajya Sabha press communique stated that President Ram Nath Kovind has summoned the House to meet on July 19 and the session will continue till August 13.
Rajya Sabha MP V Vijayasai Reddy also asserted that the YSRC is against the Centre’s move to privatise Visakhapatnam Steel Plant.
This week the elected representatives will troop into Parliament to represent the electors.
It will be the first session of parliament after the outbreak of the devastating second wave of Covid.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi has invited leaders of political parties for the meet in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to be present, they said.
The upcoming monsoon session of Parliament will be the first after bitterly fought Bengal polls and the TMC is expected use every opportunity to pin down rival BJP.