The country is going to get a new Parliament House in a few days. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is about to inaugurate this new parliament building. At present, the whole controversy is going on regarding the inauguration of the PM.
The country is going to get a new Parliament House in a few days. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is about to inaugurate this new parliament building. At present, the whole controversy is going on regarding the inauguration of the PM. All the opposition parties argue that the Parliament House should be inaugurated by the President or the Speaker of the Lok Sabha. In such a situation, now many parties are preparing for boycott before this mega event.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC has made it clear that they are not going to participate in the program to be held on May 28. It has been insisted that the new Parliament House should be inaugurated by the President. At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party has also decided to boycott this program. The logic is similar that the President should inaugurate, it is not right for PM Modi to do so. By the way, the stand of the Congress is not yet clear on this dispute. There is definitely news that Congress is also preparing for boycott, but no official statement has been issued by the party yet.
By the way, a few days ago, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had definitely said that the President should inaugurate the new Parliament House. The great thing is that despite this protest there has been no change in the plan. BJP is also seen in a completely aggressive form. The party is insisting that the PM heads the government, he is a part of the House, the President is not a part of the House.
For information, let us tell you that the new Parliament House is full of technology and has been built keeping in mind many facilities. It has attempted to present Indian culture through a variety of artistic and decorative displays. The new building also houses large-scale regional representation. A gallery will display pottery crafts made authentically from the clay of all the Indian states as well as textile installations from across India. Another gallery will display famous monuments of India, touching all the states and union territories.