A Look At PM Modi’s Address In Both Old and New Parliament Buildings

PM Modi greets legislators as the Indian Parliament moves into a new building. Modi wants the women’s reservation measure passed.

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On Tuesday, the Indian Parliament moved into a gleaming new building, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing legislators from both Houses. During a special five-day Parliament Session, lawmakers met in the newly inaugurated edifice in the afternoon. Modi also made an impassioned plea to the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to unanimously endorse the women’s reservation law, Narishakti Vandan Adhiniyam.

What did Prime Minister Modi say during his speech in the old Parliament building?

“Bidding farewell to the Old Parliament Building is a very emotional moment.” “He reflected on the various moods that the House has witnessed over the years and said that these memories are the preserved heritage of all the members of the house,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Lok Sabha on Monday. 

He called it a “focal point of public trust” and recalled his emotional first day in Parliament as an MP in 2014. He recalled how he had bent down to worship the temple of democracy and could never have thought that a poor family’s child would be able to attend Parliament.

He further said that before India’s independence, the building housed the Imperial Legislative Council and was later designated as the Parliament of India. He emphasized that, while foreign governments made the decision to create this structure, it was Indians’ hard work, commitment, and money that contributed to its growth.

He cited India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s renowned “tryst with destiny” speech as continuing to inspire everyone, as well as another predecessor, Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s remark that “governments may come and go.”

What did Prime Minister Modi say during his speech in the new Parliament building?

During his speech on Tuesday, Modi urged lawmakers to put the past behind them and begin a new chapter. Following the change, he stated that whatever lawmakers accomplished in the new complex should serve as an encouragement to all citizens of the country.

The prime minister also remembered the ‘shramjeevis’ (laborers) who helped build the new edifice.

Noting that the Rajya Sabha is regarded as the Upper House of Parliament, he emphasized the Constitution’s creators’ goal for the House to become a venue for serious intellectual conversations rising above the ebb and flow of political discourse while offering the nation direction. He called today’s event significant and remarkable.

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Modi’s plan to rename the old Parliament building ‘Samvidhan Sadan’ was approved by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, who issued an official declaration to that effect.

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