Narendra Modi tells BJP MPs to change working style to understand changing face of Indian politics

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday told a group of BJP parliamentarians that they have to change their style of functioning to understand the changing face of Indian politics.

File image of Narendra Modi. PTI

File image of Narendra Modi. PTI

Modi met the BJP MPs from eight states at his residence and explained them the benefits of various government schemes such as Mudra, crop insurance and soil health card.

The prime minister also told the MPs that they have to change their working style to understand the changing face of Indian politics, an official statement quoted Modi as saying.

The MPs from Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Manipur, Telangana and Tamil Nadu were present in the meeting.

The recent attacks on BJP and RSS workers in the southern states were raised by the MPs at the meeting.

The parliamentarians from the ruling party also expressed concerns about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, and said there was a need for policy guidelines on it, the statement added.

The MPs also gave their suggestions on various welfares schemes such as Ujjwala and skill development.

The MPs from the northeastern states expressed their gratitude towards Modi for the speedy relief work during floods in the region.

It was Modi's ninth and the last meeting with BJP MPs at his residence during the ongoing monsoon session of Parliament. These meetings were coordinated by parliamentary affairs minister Ananth Kumar.

Updated Date: Aug 04, 2017 21:11 PM

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