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New Parliament House: ‘President inaugurates new Parliament House’, hearing on public interest in Supreme Court today

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New Parliament House: Proposed inauguration on May 28. Meanwhile, the case of the country’s largest panchayat has reached the country’s largest court. The hearing will be held in the Supreme Court today i.e. May 26, Friday.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the new Parliament building on May 28. There is no legal bar to inviting an audience known as an MP’s patron. But it is considered a matter of etiquette.

 

Opposition parties including the Congress have announced a boycott of the programme. Opposition parties have demanded. The Parliament House should be inaugurated not by the Prime Minister but by the President.

The petition, filed by Supreme Court lawyer CR Jaya Sukin, said that the Central Government had violated the Constitution of India by not including the President in the inauguration. The petition also states that Parliament House is the supreme institution. Parliament consists of the President and two houses, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.

The petition states that the President has the power to summon and adjourn any house. Not only this, the petition has argued that the central government has not even invited the President to the inauguration ceremony. Which is unfair.

It has been rightly argued in the petition that, ‘President is the essence of Parliament. Why was the President kept away from the foundation stone programme? Now the President has not been invited to the inauguration ceremony, it is not a proper move by the government.”