New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reportedly expressed displeasure over the absence of some cabinet ministers during the Question Hour in Parliament. This information was received from internal sources of the government on Thursday. The Prime Minister took cognizance of the absence of Cabinet Ministers during the Question Hour in both the Houses of Parliament after the Union Cabinet meeting on Wednesday evening.
Sources said that according to the Prime Minister, ministers are required to be present in Parliament, especially during the Question Hour. The Prime Minister said that the Question Hour is an important part of parliamentary proceedings because during that time the government gets an opportunity to put forth its decisions taken in the public interest. During the Question Hour, the Cabinet Minister and the Minister of State orally answer the questions asked by the members and they get an opportunity to express their views on various issues.