On Tuesday, Prime MinisterNarendra Modi asked members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to concentrate on animal protection and humanitarian matters by establishing the government’s Roadmap for 2025. At the parliamentary conference of parties, Modi requested MPs to give consideration to their electoral districts and to draw up with an advanced concept. “MPs must operate with policemen as a squad. Concentrate on pet health, as cattle tend to fall sick in this summer, “he said.
The Prime Minister told parliamentarians to bring their list tasks into consideration and visit Parliament frequently. Set the government’s objectives by 2025, Modi said: “Bodies of social relevance will be targeted by 2025. Humanitarian problems such as tuberculosis, leprosy or handicap must be addressed. It is not the first moment PM Modi has requested Members of Parliament to bring their tasks lightly. All MPs must do so in a task fashion. At a similar meeting in the beginning of the month, Modi had come down heavily on lawmakers who spoil the party’s image.
The President said that BJP leaders had worked hard for generations to bring party success and such arrogance brings it a bad name, in expressing his displeasure with legislator Akash Vijayvargiya, the son of veterant BJP leader Kailash Vijajavarkiya, for assaulting a municipality official in a demolition drive of Indore. “Beta kisi ka bhi ho, manmaani nahi chalegi (maybe anybody’s child, no poor behavior),” he said.