20 Parties to Boycott Parliament Inauguration Ceremony

May 26, 2023 16:08
20 Parties to Boycott Parliament Inauguration Ceremony

20 Parties to Boycott Parliament Inauguration Ceremony:- The new parliament building is all set to be inaugurated on May 28th by Narendra Modi at 7:20 Am after a 20-minute homam. The foundation stone was laid on December 10th 2020. At least 20 opposition parties announced their boycott of the inauguration ceremony. This is a protest against Narendra Modi for not honouring the “First Adivasi President” Droupadi Murmu. While the non-NDA parties YSRCP, TDP, Akali Dal and BJD will attend the inauguration ceremony.

Congress, DMK, AAP, Trinamool Congress, Shiv Sena (UBT), JD(U), NCP, SP, CPI(M), CPI, RJD, JMM, VCK, RLD, RSP MDMK Muslim League, National Conference and Kerala Congress banned inauguration ceremony. While the nation called Droupadi the first Adivasi president and the decision of completely avoiding her was called as a grave insult to Indian democracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi alone will inaugurate the new parliament building without President Murmu. The prime minister will install the 'Golden Walking Stick' in the new parliament, which was gifted to Jawaharlal Nehru by the British.

Golden Walking Stick: Is 5 feet 3 inches tall. This was a stick handover to Jawarhal Nehru from former Viceroy Mountbatten as a symbol of the transfer of power from the Imperial British to democratic India. This was handover to Jawaharlal Nehru just 15 minutes before Independence. Currently, it is in Allahabad museum and will bring back to place it in the new parliament. This is called as the Sengol adopted the name from Tamil, which means 'Symbol of Power and Justice' and was famous at the time of Chola's. This was made by Chennai jeweller, Bangaru Shetty.

The Parliament building will have Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, Central Hall joint Session, Central Lounge, Constitution halls and offices. TATA projects constructed this project with an estimated cost of Rs 862 Cr, but later increased to more than Rs 1000Cr. The parliament has a parking space for 900 vehicles. parliament also have three symbols constructed, Lotus, Peacock and the Banian tree.

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