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NEW DELHI: With issues like President’s Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, Pathankot terror attack and JNU row set to generate heat in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached out to the Opposition by convening a meeting of leaders of major political parties tomorrow.
The exercise is aimed at seeking cooperation for the smooth functioning of the Budget session in the backdrop of virtual washout of proceedings in the last two sessions due to a host of issues.
Significantly, this is the first such meeting convened by the Prime Minister who has come under attack from a section of the Opposition, especially the Congress which has accused him of being hell-bent on confrontation and failing to take other parties into confidence.
Government managers have time and again maintained that the key reform GST bill was top of the agenda of the Government in the three-month-long session which starts on February 23. (AGENCIES)