New Parliament likely to be inaugurated at the time of celebration of 9 years of Modi government IG News

  • The new building may be inaugurated at the end of May
  • The uniform of marshals and staff will change in the new Parliament
  • Seating arrangement for 1200 MPs in Central Vista

As 9 years of the Modi government are coming to an end this month, the new Parliament building may be inaugurated with a grand programme. PM Modi may inaugurate it in the last week of May, though there is no official confirmation yet. Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister on 26 May 2014. This will be a new dress for the marshals and staff for the new parliament building. This new uniform is designed by NIFT. Along with this, strict security arrangements have been made here. The four-storied Parliament House has seating arrangements for 1224 MPs.

Articles of New Parliament Gujarati

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the new Parliament building in New Delhi on 10 December 2020. The central government launched the Central Vista Redevelopment Project in 2019, which includes the construction of a new Parliament building in New Delhi, among other projects. The new building is 17,000 square meters larger than the old Parliament building. The building is fully earthquake resistant, designed by HCP Design, Planning and Management Pvt Ltd of Gujarat. Its architect is Bimal Patel.

The facility can accommodate more than 1200 MPs

The new Parliament building can accommodate more than 1200 MPs at a time. In which 888 MPs can sit in Lok Sabha and 384 MPs in Rajya Sabha. A beautiful constitution room has also been created in the new building. It is a little far from Rashtrapati Bhavan. The new 4-storey Parliament Building constructed under the Central Vista Redevelopment Project also provides lounge, library, committee hall, canteen and parking facilities.

PM Modi inspected in April

The work of the new Parliament is nearing completion and Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a surprise visit to the new building in April to see its functioning. The Prime Minister saw the progress of the preparations and also met the workers and engineers involved in the project.