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Which ‘misunderstandings’ did Venkaiah Naidu advise PM Modi to clear? Learn


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Published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 21:55 [IST]

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New Delhi, 23 September:
Former Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the release of a book on his speeches that he should maintain frequent meetings with political leaders from all sides, so that the opposition parties should be able to do their work. If there are some ‘misunderstandings’ about it, they can be cleared. Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan and Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur were also present at the event. In the current political climate, when there is a strange rift between the opposition and the ruling party, Naidu’s advice makes a lot of sense.

Former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has advised PM Modi to keep meeting various political leaders.  So that if they have any misunderstandings, then they can be cleared

India’s voice is now heard across the world: Naidu
While releasing a book on Prime Minister’s speeches on Friday, former Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has lauded PM Modi for his success in the field of health services, foreign policy, technology and stressed that now the world will accept India’s rise. has started doing After releasing the ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas – Prime Minister Narendra Modi Speaks (May, 2019-May 2020)’, Naidu said, “India is now a power, its voice is now heard across the world.” In such a short time, it is not a simple matter. It is because of his actions, because of the direction he is giving to the people, because of the way India is progressing.

Former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has advised PM Modi to keep meeting various political leaders.  So that if they have any misunderstandings, then they can be cleared

‘Maybe due to some political compulsions…’
But, at the same time, the former Vice President said that despite Modi’s achievements, some sections still have some objections to his methods, ‘due to some misunderstandings, perhaps due to some political compulsions…’. He said, ‘With time these misunderstandings will also go away. The prime minister should also meet more and more sections of the political leadership often… from this side and that side.’

Former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has advised PM Modi to keep meeting various political leaders.  So that if they have any misunderstandings, then they can be cleared

‘Political parties should respect the mandate’
Along with this, Venkaiah said that political parties should also keep their mind open and respect the mandate. He said, ‘They also have to keep their views open… You all should also understand that you people are adversaries, not enemies. All the parties should respect each other, the institution of the Prime Minister, the institution of the President, the institution of the Chief Minister…. All institutions should be respected, everyone has to keep this thing in mind.

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Khan and Thakur also praised PM Modi
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan and Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur, besides Information and Broadcasting Secretary Apoorva Chandra were also present at the book launch. Khan and Thakur heaped praise on PM Modi. Arif Mohammad Khan praised the Prime Minister for implementing a law to ban the practice of triple talaq among Muslims. Thakur said that in this book of Publication Division, 86 speeches of PM Modi have been focused on various subjects.

english summary

Former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has advised PM Modi to keep meeting various political leaders. So that if they have any misunderstandings, then they can be cleared

Story first published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 21:55 [IST]

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