Modi, who made a brief appearance at the all-party meeting hosted by Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, assured the Opposition leaders that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will talk to them to address their concerns, if any, on the key reform measure.

"Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the all party meeting that Goods and Services Tax (GST) legislation is in the interest of nation and the Finance Minister will speak to parties concerned to address their doubts on it," Naidu said after the meeting.

Modi also said Parliament should run meaningfully with the cooperation of all so as to fulfill the expectations of the people.

Significantly, the JD(U) also backed the GST with party president Sharad Yadav announcing support of his party to the measure after all-party meeting.

The Prime Minister also said that Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar, who has held talks with leaders of various parties, may talk to them further on the issue of India's stand on the resolution of climate change issue and anyone can give suggestions in two days.

NDA ministers had discussed legislative proposals to be brought before consideration of both the Houses of Parliament which include three Bills relating to replacement of Ordinances, GST Bill, Real Estate Regulation Bill etc.

The ministers also discussed recent incidents like Dadri killing, rationalist M M Kalburgi's killing and some other issues resulting in rising intolerance.

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