PM Modi’s first address in the new Parliament


New Parliament House: In the special program of the joint session organized in the Central Hall of the Old Parliament House, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Prime Minister Narendra Modi including many senior MPs Maneka Gandhi, Adhir Ranjan Choudhary, Mallikarjun Kharge, Piyush Goyal addressed the House. After this, PM Narendra Modi along with all the Parliament members left for the new Parliament building from the old Parliament. After this, the proceedings of the House in the new Parliament started with the national anthem. While giving his first address in the new Parliament, PM Modi said, ‘Welcome to all the MPs, this is a historic session.’

Referring to the Women’s Reservation Bill in his first address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, ‘There have been many discussions regarding women’s reservation for many years. There have been many conversations. Was first introduced in 96. Even during the time of Atal ji, I appeared several times but could not pass due to lack of marks. Perhaps God has chosen me for such a sacred work.

Today is going to be recorded in history – PM Modi in the new Parliament

While giving the first address in the new Parliament building, PM Narendra Modi said that India is moving forward with a new resolution. All MPs are welcome in the new Parliament. The session of the new Parliament is historic. This is the new Parliament building of modern India. On this occasion, PM Modi also mentioned Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Pavitra Sengol. The G20 chairmanship event was successful. This opportunity was important in many ways. Everything is new in the new Parliament. 30,000 Shram Yogis have worked hard to build this new Parliament. A digital book has been kept in this house, in which the complete introduction of all those workers has been kept. This means that it is a proud beginning of giving nectar to their sweat also. This is the dawn of immortality. Emotions should change, feelings should also change. Parliament is the highest place of national service. The makers of our Constitution created such a sacred institution. We all follow discipline. This house entry has taken place in parliamentary democracy. Now elections are near. The behavior here will determine who will sit here i.e. in the ruling party and who will sit there in the opposition.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that we will maintain the high dignity and prestige of the Parliament. He told all the MPs that we should express our opinion with decency and decorum in the House, the new Parliament should become a center of healthy discussion and dialogue, this should be the case in this House, this is the expectation from all the MPs. I also heartily thank PM Modi, Government of India, Lok Sabha Secretariat and laborers for their contribution in the construction of the new building.

While addressing the MPs, PM Modi said that today we all are going to inaugurate the new future together in the new Parliament building. Today, we are moving towards the new building here with the intention of reiterating the resolve of a developed India, being determined and working whole-heartedly to fulfill it. This building and that too this central hall is full of our emotions, it makes us emotional and also inspires us for our duties. He said that after 1952, about 41 heads of state of the world have addressed all our honorable MPs in this Central Hall. Addresses have been given here by all our Presidents 86 times. Over the years, Parliament has also enacted laws providing justice to transgenders. Through this, we have also taken steps towards providing jobs, education, health and other facilities to transgenders with harmony and respect.

Along with this, the PM gave a big suggestion and said that when we are going to the new Parliament building, the dignity of the old Parliament should never be diminished, do not leave it as the old Parliament. It should be known as the Constitution House, so that it remains our life inspiration.

Inaugurating this special program, MP Prahlad Joshi said that this is the new Parliament of the new India. The oldest MP Manika Gandhi said that today is a historic day. We are going to the new parliament. The country will develop by 2047. India has to be developed. The image of India has changed. Opposition leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said that today I am feeling very proud. Today is quite a historical day. Central Hall is the historical hall. Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal said that respectful tribute to the creator of our Constitution, Dr. Ambedkar and the members of the House Committee and everyone. Today this moment is historic. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said that from 1946 to 49 the Constitution Making Committee sat in this Central Hall. Today is quite a historical day. Central Hall has seen many historic moments. Have to move forward with new thinking. There is a big responsibility on MPs.

Earlier in the morning, all the MPs reached Parliament House and a photo session was conducted. During this, all the MPs including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla participated. Rahul Gandhi was also seen in this photo session. Before the start of the joint session in Parliament House, PM Modi also met the MPs. During this time he also met the opposition leaders. The remaining proceedings of the special session called by the Central Government will continue in the new Parliament till September 22. A special program focusing on the heritage of the old building will be organised. MPs will also take a pledge to make India a developed country by 2047. The five-day special Parliament session started from Monday. PM Modi will walk from the Central Hall to the new building with a copy of the Constitution. After this, a film made on the construction of the new Parliament building will be shown. In the special session today, former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha MP Shibu Soren and BJP MP Maneka Gandhi have been invited to address in the Central Hall.

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