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Mar 09, 2018
5:41PM

PM Modi to inaugurate National Legislators Conference tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a two-day National Legislators Conference in the Central Hall of Parliament House tomorrow. 

The Conference aims at providing a platform to Members of Parliament, Members of Legislative Assemblies and Members of Legislative Councils across the country to share their experiences. The theme of the conference is -- "We For Development". 

Briefing reporters in New Delhi today, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said, about 170 public representatives are expected to participate in the Conference. 

She said, the Conference will offer a special opportunity to the delegates whose constituencies have greater possibilities and aspirations of development. 

Union Cabinet Ministers, Chief Ministers, Presiding Officers of State Legislatures, Members of Parliament and Members of State Legislatures will attend the function.

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