Mumbai Samachar invites these great personalities to the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building
Celebrities from Ratan Tata to Bimal Patel are invited
The country is going to have a new parliament on May 28. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will dedicate the new Parliament building to the nation on May 28. Preparations for this are going on in full swing. The guest list has been prepared for the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building. Sources said that Bimal Patel, the chief architect of the new Parliament Building, and industrialist Ratan Tata have been invited for the ceremony. Apart from this, invitations have been sent to all the Chief Ministers of all the States and Union Territories.
Apart from members of both houses, invitations have been sent to the former Speaker of the Lok Sabha and the former Chairman of the Rajya Sabha,” informed sources said on condition of anonymity. All Chief Ministers have also been invited to attend the inauguration ceremony.” Sources said that invitations have also been sent to various leaders from across the country, including former speakers and Speakers of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, for the inauguration of the new Parliament building. Invitations have also been sent to the MPs of both houses both in person and digitally. Harivansh, the present deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha, is likely to attend the ceremony on Sunday.
According to sources, invitations have also been sent to the secretaries of all the ministries of the Government of India. Invitations have also been sent to some prominent personalities including film stars and sportspersons. Sources said that President Draupadi Murmu and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar are likely to issue congratulatory messages on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Parliament building on May 28.
It may be noted that the present building of Parliament is going to be almost 100 years old now. According to the current requirement, the building was lacking space. Both houses also lacked comfortable seating arrangements for MPs, affecting the efficiency of members. In view of this, both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha passed resolutions requesting the government to construct a new building for Parliament. On 10 December 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the new Parliament building. The new Parliament building has been built in record time with quality construction.