The Prime Minister also expressed confidence that the session would witness best thoughts, best discussion and best innovative ideas.
"There cannot be a bigger platform for a dialogue than the House. Debates, disputes and dialogues are the soul of Parliament. For other things, the entire country is available as an arena," he told reporters in Parliament House complex on day one of the month-long Winter session.
Referring to the all-party meeting held yesterday, PM Modi said he had a discussion with leaders of all political parties on the smooth running of the session.

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"I am happy that all political parties presented a positive outlook for dialogue and debates. I hope all the MPs will leave no stone unturned to live up to the expectations the country has from Parliament," PM Modi said.
While opposition wants a debate on the issue of intolerance, government has made it clear that it is willing to discuss every issue raised on the floor of the House.
Referring to the Constitution Day being observed today to mark the adoption of the Indian Constitution by the Constituent Assembly on this day in 1949, he said awareness towards the Constitution should increase across the country.


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