PM Modi calls for debate on internal democracy in parties

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"It is important to discuss democracy in political parties", PM Modi added. "We need to have transparency in the recruitment that political parties do".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah interacted with media persons on Saturday at the Diwali Milan Samaroh at party headquarters in Delhi. While the ordinance has been put on the back-burner for now, senior BJP functionaries indicated that had Rajasthan Chief Minister made a decision to carry on with the legislation, the central leadership would have intervened.

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Prime Minister Modi said it was essential that political parties develop for the future with "true democratic spirit" where all voices are heard. "We have a long association with each other and there is an understanding with which we all work for the country", concluded Modiji. The PM said that there are some practical problems, due to which he usually can not get to the media. The BJP leaders who were part of the meeting were Union minister for human resources development, Prakash Javadekar, and Union railways minister, Piyush Goyal. "We are confident of victory", Rao said adding, "We are working towards increasing our victory margin".

"It is true that the funding of political parties is a point of media discussion and many things come out in open".

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After his speech, Modi spent time meeting the journalists, posing as some took selfies with him.

Modi referred to the time he spent as a BJP office-bearer in the party's central office and said there were many people in the gathering who can tell him that he does not meet them now. "I used to spend my day here, there are some old guards in the media, some are new, then there was no bandhan, aap logon ko tab khojna padta tha...", he said apparently referring to the limited reporters on the BJP beat and relatively low graph of the party earlier. "In the past few days, all newspapers have been filled with the criticism of the government".

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