New Delhi: The Special Session of Parliament will start in the old building on 18th September and will be later moved to the new building on 19th September on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, said sources.
Earlier, the INDIA opposition bloc or alliance confirmed that it would be participating in the upcoming Special Session of Parliament scheduled from September 18-22.
There have already been massive speculations regarding the agenda behind calling the Special Monsoon Session.
The possible topics have ranged from ‘One Nation,One Election’ to Women Reservation Bill and Bharat to be used instead of India.
New Parliament building highlights
The new Indian Parliament building, a symbol of India’s democracy and progress, stands as a testament to the nation’s commitment to modernization and development. Designed by renowned architect Bimal Patel, this architectural marvel is set to replace the historic but ageing structure that has housed India’s lawmakers since its independence in 1947.
The new Parliament building is a blend of contemporary design and Indian heritage, showcasing a fusion of modernity and tradition. Its grand dome, inspired by the Ashoka Chakra, is a striking feature that pays homage to India’s rich history. The design incorporates sustainable elements, making it energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
With state-of-the-art technology and infrastructure, the new Parliament building is equipped to facilitate efficient legislative processes. It provides ample space for both houses of Parliament, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, along with modern amenities to cater to the needs of lawmakers and the public.