Narendra Modi Parliament Building Tricolor Hoisting Update | Not Modi, Vice President will hoist Dhankhar; The special session of Parliament will end here

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The new Parliament has three main gates.  Of these, the tricolor will be hoisted outside the Gajdwar.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The new Parliament has three main gates. Of these, the tricolor will be hoisted outside the Gajdwar.

Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar will hoist the national flag at the new Parliament House on Sunday (September 17). Earlier it was being said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to hoist the tricolor on the new Parliament on his birthday. The tricolor has not yet been hoisted on the new Parliament building.

The new Parliament has three main gates. Of these, the tricolor will be hoisted outside the Gajdwar. Officials of the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry and CPWD have completed preparations for the program.

The picture is taken before the inauguration of the new Parliament.  In this, Prime Minister Modi is looking at the system installed for the MPs.

The picture is taken before the inauguration of the new Parliament. In this, Prime Minister Modi is looking at the system installed for the MPs.

Special session will run in the new Parliament from September 19
The special session of Parliament will begin in the old building from September 18. Its proceedings will be held in the new building of Parliament from September 19. The special session will conclude in the new Parliament itself on 22 September.

Keeping in mind the problems faced during the session, an extra control room has been created. Integrated Building Management System Control Room already exists in the new Parliament.

New Parliament will host speakers from G20 countries
The new Parliament will host speakers from G20 countries on 13-14 October. Parliament-20 meeting will be held here. Speakers of the Parliament of the invited countries will also participate in it. This will be the ninth meeting of the Parliament-20 group.

Large spectator galleries have also been made in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to watch the proceedings of the House.

Large spectator galleries have also been made in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to watch the proceedings of the House.

PM Modi inaugurated the new Parliament on 28 May
Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the new Parliament on 28 May. He reached the new Parliament House at 7:30 in the morning. Bowed to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and then sat in the havan-puja.

Before this, PM Modi prostrated before Sengol, then the saints from Tamil Nadu handed it over to Modi. After this the PM installed Sengol next to the Speaker’s chair in the House.

MPs and guests were present in the House in the second session of the inauguration program. They were shown a film made on Sengol and the PM released a coin of Rs 75. Read the full news…

New Parliament built in 970 crores and 29 months: Complete virtual tour inside through photo-video

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On December 10, 2020, PM Narendra Modi laid the first stone of the new building just in front of the old Parliament House. After 29 months and expenditure of Rs 973 crore, the new Parliament was ready. To take a complete virtual tour inside the new Parliament through photo-video. Read this news…

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