The upcoming G20 Summit, the PM said, is an occasion where the entire nation is a host but the maximum responsibility falls on Delhi.
The Opposition MPs are also demanding a statement from PM Modi inside the Parliament on Manipur.
On Tuesday, the Patna High Court paved the way to conduct the caste based census in Bihar which was welcomed by the opposition BJP in the state as well.
"Today, he is in Pune. How important is the event there that he has to go there leaving the Parliament and speak against the Opposition parties?" Kharge questioned.
In the Rajya Sabha, Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar tried to take up a short duration discussion on Manipur but it could not progress due to continued disruption and interruptions by the Opposition.
Manoj Sinha said under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the common citizen can think freely and express their feelings without any fear from separatist-terrorist networks.
CM also asked the opposition to support the state government in releasing Rs 10,000 crore stuck with the Union Government.
The 21-member delegation of the grand Opposition alliance, on Saturday, arrived on a two-day visit to the state, which has seen ethnic strife and violence since May 3.