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PM Modi Renames Old Parliament Building ‘Samvidhan Sadan’ as New Parliament House Marks New Era

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New Parliament House Inaugurated: A New Beginning for India

In a historic moment, India enters a new era as Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the New Parliament House, emphasizing the beginning of a brighter future for the nation. The transition from the old to the new building marks a significant milestone, symbolizing unity and national pride.

Special Function Celebrates India’s Parliamentary Legacy and Aspirations

Before this historic shift, MPs from both houses gathered for a group photograph at the inner courtyard of the old Parliament House. Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with other dignitaries, were part of this memorable moment.

In the Central Hall of Parliament, a special function celebrated India’s rich parliamentary legacy and the resolve to transform the nation into a developed powerhouse by 2047. VP Dhankhar praised the new Parliament building as a reflection of India’s cultural diversity and global influence.

PM Modi emphasized the significance of the Parliament’s role in shaping India’s future, citing the passing of crucial laws, including those promoting justice for women, transgenders, and specially-abled individuals. He hailed India’s growth, placing it among the top three world economies and stressed the importance of broader social justice reforms to meet the aspirations of every Indian.

As a tribute to its historical role, the old Parliament building has been renamed ‘Samvidhan Sadan,’ ensuring its dignity endures.

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