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First session of 17th Lok Sabha begins with Narendra Modi assuring Opposition that numbers don't matter, their views do

Firstpost Monday, 17 June 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha telling the Opposition that numbers do not matter, but what matters is their view. Addressing the media outside the Parliament on Monday, Modi reached out to the Opposition on the first day of the Monsoon Session and said that every word of the Opposition is valuable to the government.
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News video: 'Vigilant opposition crucial,' PM Modi ahead of Parliament inaugural session

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Parliament on Monday to take oath at the inaugural session of 17th Lok Sabha. The new Lok Sabha will commence with swearing-in of its members. PM Modi will be the first to take the oath.

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