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PM Modi warns BJP lawmakers not to cross the 'Laxman Rekha'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reportedly warned the BJP MPs to be in line and not to cross the 'laxman rekha' after the controversial statements made by some of them.

Modi at BJP's parliamentary meeting asked the party's lawmakers to focus on the development rather than making controversial and derogatory remarks.

At a Tuesday meeting two weeks ago, the Prime Minister had urged party leaders "not to address the nation" out of turn. "I will not compromise on this", he had warned, soon after union minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti had used an expletive at a campaign rally in Delhi, making the BJP vulnerable to another massive attack by the opposition.

The PM also instructed the party MPs to be punctual and reach on time for the party meeting.

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