New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday walked up to senior opposition leaders in the Lok Sabha to greet them as the House met on the opening day of the monsoon session.

Just before Lok Sabha met for the day and Presidential Election, Modi walked up to the two best Congress leaders and shook turns in the House. He additionally met Samajwadi party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav and others.

Modi, who came to fruition five minutes before the house procedures started, walked up to the Opposition benches and greeted leaders who were situated on the front line.

The Prime Minister has toward the beginning of today expressed gratitude toward all parties for helping dispatch the super reform Goods and Services Tax or GST, saying GST likewise remains for “Growing Strong Together.” He said he trusted that soul would likewise check the monsoon session that started today and that all parliamentarians would participate in the quality civil argument.

Abdullah took oath as Lok Sabha member on Monday subsequent to winning the Srinagar by-poll as of late. While the prime minister greeted Gandhi with a ‘namaste’.

Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav, Leader of Congress in the House Mallikarjun Kharge, and Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker M Thambidurai, aside from Sonia Gandhi, were greeted by PM Modi with a positive approach close by.

PM Modi was talking on his landing in Parliament and in no time before he voted in the presidential election, which Ram Nath Kovind, the decision BJP-drove alliance’s nominee against Meira Kumar, handled together by a coalition of opposition parties.

When Lok Sabha met, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan read the sympathy message over the demise of sitting MP Vinod Khanna and some previous members of the House.

Then, both the Houses of Parliament were adjourned till tomorrow in the wake of paying tributes to sitting and previous members and casualties of Amarnath terror attack.