New Delhi: The new Parliament is going to be inaugurated on May 28 and before this inauguration Prime Minister Modi has shared the video of the new Parliament. While sharing this video with his Twitter handle, Prime Minister Modi has written that the new Parliament of the country will fill the people with pride. While sharing this video, the Prime Minister has appealed to the people to share this video of the new Parliament.
Tweet the video of the new parliament with your voiceover
PM Modi Posting the video on Twitter, she also urged people to share the video with her ‘voiceover’ using the hashtag ‘My Parliament My Pride’. He said, “The new Parliament House will make every Indian proud. This video provides a glimpse of this iconic building. I have a special request. Share this video with your own voice (voiceover) that expresses your thoughts. I will retweet some of them. Don’t forget to use the hashtag My Parliament My Pride, he added.
New Parliament House welcome, it looks grand – Omar Abdullah
On the other hand, the vice-president of the National Conference Omar Abdullah Has also praised the new Parliament. Omar Abdullah has said that the new Parliament has become very powerful, it should be welcomed. He has made this remark at a time when several opposition parties, including his party, have announced to boycott the inauguration program of the new Parliament House. Abdullah said that when he was a Lok Sabha member, many of his colleagues used to often talk about the need for a new and better Parliament building.
In a tweet, Abdullah said, “Let us put aside for a moment the furore over its inauguration. It (the new Parliament House) is welcome. The old Parliament House has been a wonderful contribution, but as someone who worked there for a few years, many of us often talked among ourselves about the need for a new and better Parliament House.” He said ‘better late than never’, and it (the new Parliament House) looks grand.
New Parliament inaugurated on 28 May
Nineteen opposition parties, including the Congress, the Left, the Trinamool Congress, the Samajwadi Party and the Aam Aadmi Party, on Wednesday announced that they would boycott the inauguration of the new Parliament building by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. National Conference is also among the signatories of the joint letter of opposition parties.
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The new Parliament building will be inaugurated on May 28 (Sunday). The celebrations will begin at 5 am with a havan and inter-faith prayer. After this, Prime Minister Modi will formally inaugurate the Lok Sabha. As many as 25 parties are expected to attend the opening ceremony, while 20 opposition parties have decided to boycott the event.