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Inauguration of New Parliament Building: Prime Minister Modi installed the scepter in the new Parliament

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Inauguration of New Parliament Building: Today there is a new parliament in the country The building has been found. Which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the start of the program, priests handed over the sengol (sceptre) to Prime Minister Modi amid Vedic chants. Before taking the scepter, PM Modi bowed to the scepter. After this he along with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla installed the scepter in the new Parliament building. The inauguration ceremony started with a puja. Prime Minister Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla sat in the puja.

Prime Minister Modi honored the laborers

After installing the scepter in the new parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met workers constructing the building. He honored these laborers on this occasion.

Before the inauguration of the new building, Prime Minister Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla paid floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament House. The program started at 7:30 in the morning. First, at half past seven in the morning, a puja-havan program was held in a special mandap built near the Gandhi statue in the Parliament Building complex. After this, the priests of Tamil Nadu handed over the scepter to Prime Minister Modi and installed it in the Parliament House. This scepter is placed next to the chair of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

 

What is the significance of the scepter in the new parliament?

It is said that a Tamil saint made this scepter in the 7th century.
– The transfer of power to the Chola dynasty, which expanded a vast empire, was effected by this sceptre.
When Lord Mountbatten asked what exactly should be done when the time came for the British to relinquish power, Nehru consulted C Rajagopalachari.
Rajagopalachari gave information about this old tradition of the Chola Empire in Tamil Nadu.
Accordingly, this scepter was used during the transfer of power on 15 August 1947.
But later it was kept in the museum of Prayagraj. Now he is sitting next to the Lok Sabha Speaker’s chair in Parliament.