Historic moment! PM Modi installed symbol of justice in new Parliament,  honored the workers
Historic moment! PM Modi installed symbol of justice in new Parliament, honored the workers

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi has dedicated the new Parliament House to the nation today. This inauguration ceremony was opposed by 20 opposition parties including the Congress and boycotted the event. The most ancient saintly tradition of Tamil Nadu, Adhyanam saints, performed the rituals with complete Vedic rituals. PM Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla were sitting in the puja. After the religious rituals, the adhanam saints handed over the scepter i.e. Sengol, the symbol of transfer of power and justice to PM Modi, which has been installed in the new Parliament House.


According to the report, after the inauguration of the new Parliament of India, an all-religion meeting was organized in the Parliament complex. In which scholars and gurus of different religions expressed their views regarding their religion and worshiped. During this, PM Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and the entire Union Cabinet were present. During this program, PM Modi honored the workers working in the construction of the new Parliament building after inaugurating it.  


After installing the sceptory flag in Parliament House, PM Modi received the blessings of various subordinate saints of Tamil Nadu. At the same time, PM Modi will also release a new coin of 75 rupees during the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building. The coin will have the image of the new Parliament building. The year 2023 will also be inscribed just below the picture of Parliament. It will have Parliament complex written on it in Hindi and Parliament Complex in English. The coin will have India in Hindi and India in English. It will also have the Ashoka sign on it.


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