Today's BJP Parliamentary Party Meeting is focused on developing a strategy to pass pending bills.

By Swarnali Saha
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On December 7, the BJP convened its most recent parliamentary meeting. PM Modi took part in the meeting. During the meeting, the Prime Minister expressed his displeasure with the presence of BJP MPs in the parliament.

In the midst of the opposition's raging and continuous protests in the current winter session of parliament, the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) will have its parliamentary party meeting today. As the session nears its conclusion on Thursday, December 23, the BJP has demanded that all members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha attend the meeting.

"A meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Party will be held at 9.15 a.m. on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, in the Dr. Ambedkar International Centre, 15 Janpath, New Delhi," the BJP said in an email to its members.

According to ABP News, the meeting would include a discussion of the strategy for passing pending bills as well as the problem of operating parliament's operations despite the opposition's clamor.

The BJP's latest recent parliamentary meeting took place on December 7. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present during the meeting. During the meeting, PM Modi raised worry about the absence of MPs who were present in Parliament. He warned the lawmakers that if attendance continues to be low, there may be adjustments.

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