The Lok Sabha Speaker’s chair is now next to a historic sceptre called “Sengol,” which Prime Minister Narendra Modi erected today to mark the opening of the new parliament building. The Prime Minister described the new Parliament as a “temple of democracy” when he addressed the crowd there for the first time.A puja and an ecumenical prayer were planned for this particular occasion. In addition, he unveiled a plaque celebrating the new building. The Lok Sabha’s speaker, Om Birla, and the Adheenam seers were present. The ‘Sengol’ was given to PM Modi by the seers, who then installed it after entering the new Parliament building.
The first project was the renovation of Central Vista Avenue, which runs from Vijay Chowk to India Gate. Whereas The second project to be finished is the new parliament building. Kartavya Path is the new name for the section formerly known as Rajpath.
The construction of the Vice President Enclave, Common Central Secretariat buildings, Defence Enclave, MPs’ chambers, and the prime minister’s new housing and office are currently the main priorities following the dedication of the new Parliament building.
The new Parliament building, which was dedicated on Sunday, is part of a plan to revitalise Central Vista, the nation’s power corridor. Initiatives from the redevelopment plan have been carried out by the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) of the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry.