Prime Minister Narendra Modi released special coins of Rs 75 prepared by the Ministry of Finance from the new Parliament House.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new Parliament House on Sunday (May 28). During this, Sengol was also installed near the chair of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha. The inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House began with a havan and puja. PM Modi felicitated the workers who worked in the construction of the building after the inauguration of the new Parliament House. The inauguration was followed by ‘Sarva-Dharma’ prayer in which teachers and scholars of many religions expressed their views.
Religious leaders who performed the ‘Sarva Dharma Prarthana’ said it reflected India’s unity in diversity. In an all-religion prayer, religious leaders offer prayers in different languages.
‘Everyone should unite and work for the development of the country’
Jain saint Acharya Lokesh Muni, who took part in the all-religion prayer organized on the occasion of the inauguration of the new parliament building, said that today is a historic day for India. The Scepter (Sengol) has got its due place. Today all the traditions have been prayed.
During this, President of the Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association, Lama Chosphel Jotpa said, “Today the new parliament building has been inaugurated. People of all religions offered prayers. I prayed the tradition of Buddhism. Everyone should unite and work for the development of the country and keep politics aside.”
PM Modi has all the virtues – Kamachi Dasar Swami of Avinashi Math
Jasbir Kaur, who participated in the all-religion prayer, said that this new building is a transformation and a historic moment for us. We people of all religions say the same thing in the all-religion prayer that our India should live together and progress. At the inauguration of the new Parliament House in Delhi, Kamachi Dasar Swami of Avinashi Math said that PM Modi has all the ‘virtues’.
Modi ji is the first PM to invite Tamil Aadheenam – Head Priest of Madurai Aadheenam
Shri Harihara Desika Swamigal, the 293rd head priest of the Madurai Adhanam said, “I feel very proud to participate in the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House. PM Modi has always stood proudly with Tamil culture and Tamil people. Modi ji is the first PM to invite Tamil Aadheenam and proudly encourage Tamil culture in Parliament.”
At the same time, Sikh Guru Balbir Singh said, “It is a very good thing that the new Parliament has been constructed. I keep myself away from politics, all I can say is that everyone should work unitedly for the development of the country.”