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In his address, PM Modi said – ‘The last 9 years were for renovation and welfare of the poor.’

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new Parliament building today. The program was organized as per traditional Vedic tradition to make the inaugural ceremony historic. The opening ceremony started with havan and pooja. After this, PM Modi formally inaugurated the Lok Sabha Chamber. High priests of Shaivism handed over Scepter Sengol to PM Modi. It was installed by PM Modi near the Lok Sabha Speaker’s seat in the new Parliament Building. PM Modi said that the new Parliament building will make every Indian proud. Prime Minister Modi has reached the new parliament building. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla welcomed him. After inaugurating the new Parliament building, PM Modi also honored the laborers who built this building.

Every Indian is proud to see the new Parliament building

The new Parliament House has become a living symbol of this endeavour. Today every Indian feels proud to see the new Parliament building. The building has heritage, architecture, art and craftsmanship. It has the voice of culture as well as constitution. You see the interior of the Lok Sabha is based on the national bird the peacock. The Rajya Sabha section is based on the national flower lotus and the national tree in the Parliament complex is also the Wagada. This new building includes diversity from different parts of our country.

 

 

After seeing many ups and downs after slavery, our country has entered the golden age of freedom: PM Modi

The fortune of those who stand stagnate, but the fortunes of those who walk move forward. So keep going, keep going. After seeing many ups and downs after slavery, our country has entered the golden age of freedom. This amrit kaal of freedom is the amrit kaal of fulfilling countless dreams and aspirations.

Address of Prime Minister Narendra Modi

PM Modi said that this is not just a building. It is a reflection of the aspirations and dreams of 140 crore Indians. It conveys India’s resolve to the world. This is the temple of our democracy. This new Parliament building will prove to be the vital link connecting planning with reality, policy with construction, will with action power, resolution with achievement. This new building will be the means to realize the dreams of our freedom fighters. This new building will witness the sunrise of a new India. This building will see the dream of a developed India come true.

 

 

PM Modi released a commemorative coin of Rs 75

On the occasion of the inauguration of the new Parliament building, PM Modi released a commemorative coin of Rs 75. This coin was minted in Kolkata. This coin is made of silver, copper and nickel. Along with this, PM Modi also released a postage stamp.

 

 

The country witnessed a historic moment: Lok Sabha Speaker

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that the country is witnessing a historic moment. Our new Parliament has been completed in less than two and a half years. This resolution is achieved through hard work of workers. Democracy has become more powerful.

 

 

A proud moment for this vibrant democracy: Harivansh Narayan

Rajya Sabha Deputy Speaker Harivansh Narayan addressed all the people present at the beginning of the second phase of the inauguration of the new Parliament building. He said this is a proud moment for a living democracy. The New Parliament Building is a unique example of architecture. The new parliament also has more seating area. Rajya Sabha Deputy Speaker Harivansh Narayan was reading the President’s message at the inauguration of the new Parliament building. He said that the new Parliament building is a symbol of cultural heritage. The magnificent building will write a new history. The new parliament is a symbol of liberation from the mentality of slavery. There is a beauty of culture brought from every corner of the country.

 

 

Screening of short film on Sengol and Parliament

A short film ‘Sansad Ka Naya Nirman Bhavan’ is being screened at the New Parliament Building. After this a short film will be made on Sengol.

 

 

The second phase of the inauguration of the new Parliament building has begun

Now the second phase of the inauguration of the new Parliament building has started. PM Modi has also reached Parliament House. Rajya Sabha Deputy Speaker Harivansh Narayan addressing Parliament.

 

 

PM Modi described the new building as magnificent and divine

After inaugurating the new Parliament building, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that today is an unforgettable day for all our countrymen. He further said in his tweet that the new Parliament building will fill us all with pride and hope. I am sure that this divine and grand edifice will give new impetus and strength to the prosperity and strength of the nation along with the empowerment of the people.

 

 

Speaker Om Birla called it an important moment in the history of democracy.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has termed the inauguration of the new Parliament building by PM Modi as an important moment in the country’s democratic history. The Lok Sabha Speaker tweeted that this new temple of democracy will inspire all of us to take the country to new heights by strengthening the spirit of unity, integrity, equality, justice and brotherhood.

 

 

 

Before the inauguration, an interfaith prayer was organized at the new Parliament House.

 

 

PM Modi honored the proletariat who formed the Parliament

 

 

Meeting with Adhinam Mahonto on Saturday

Adhinam Mahant had reached Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence on Saturday before the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building on Saturday. PM Modi met him and took his blessings. On this occasion, PM Modi said, ‘Today your feet have fallen on my abode, this is a matter of good fortune for me. I am also very happy that tomorrow you will all come to inaugurate and bless the new Parliament building.

 

The inaugural program will start at 7.15 am

On Sunday, the inaugural program will begin immediately after sunrise in the morning. PM Modi will reach here at 7.15 am. The pooja in the pandal will begin at 7.30 am, which will last for an hour. After that all the people will proceed towards the Lok Sabha Chamber and after entering here the program will continue till 9 pm in the chamber. A prayer meeting will be held in the lobby after which PM Modi will leave the campus. After this, the second phase will be inaugurated at 11 am. What is going to happen in this event, know the complete details

 

 

First event – Puja ceremony

7.15 am: Entry of PM Modi through main gate (from Vijay Chowk side)

7.30 am: Pooja will begin in the pandal (located near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi).

8.30 am: Puja ends

8.30 am: Movement to LSC (Lok Sabha Chamber)

8.35 am: Enter the Lok Sabha Chamber

8.35 am to 9.00 am: Program inside the Lok Sabha Chamber

9.00 am to 9.30 am : Prayer meeting in lobby

9.30 am: PM will leave campus.

Another possible schedule

Event 2 – Opening

11.30 am: Arrival of guests

12.00 pm: Arrival of Chief Guests

12.00: Dignitaries on stage

12.07 pm: National Anthem

12.10 pm: Welcome Address (Hon’ble Deputy Speaker, Rajya Sabha)

12.17 pm: Back to back screening of two films

12:29 pm: Vice President’s message

12:33 pm: President’s message

12.38 pm: Leader of Opposition’s speech in Rajya Sabha

01.05 pm: PM Modi will release coins and stamps

01.10 pm: Address by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Motion of thanks General Secretary Lok Sabha

PM Modi will deliver 101st Mann Ki Baat

PM Modi is also scheduled to deliver the 101st Mann Ki Baat on Sunday. Along with the inauguration of the new Parliament House, all the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members of the BJP will listen to 101 episodes of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat at the GM Balayogi Auditorium of the Parliament Library Building.

Prime Minister Modi will release 75 rupees coin

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also release a new Rs 75 coin at the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building. The coin will have a picture of the new Parliament building. The year 2023 will also be written below the picture of Parliament. Parliament Complex in Hindi and Parliament Complex in English will be written on it. India will be written on the coin in Hindi and English. Ashoka’s symbol will also be engraved on it.