He urged all MPs to think of the country when in the House and address issues related to the larger interest of the nation.
"When we come to Parliament, we should forget Paksh (treasury) and Vipaksh (opposition). We should think about issues with a 'nishpaksh' (non-partition) spirit and work in the larger interest of the nation," he said.
Modi also said the new House has a high number of women MPs.
"My experience suggests that when the Parliament functions smoothly, we are able to fulfil numerous aspirations of the people of India," he said.