PM Modi praises Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Atal Bihari Vajpayee among other leaders during special Parliament session

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Sep, 18, 2023 CNI News: The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, stated on Monday that although this Parliamentary session is short, it has produced “historic decisions” on a number of occasions.

Following a disagreement over an unclear agenda and allegations from the opposition that the administration has a hidden agenda, the special Parliamentary Session started on Monday, September 18.

The national anthem was played twice in the Lok Sabha, causing chaos. In an effort to calm the MPs down, Speaker Om Birla announced that he will look into the situation.Birla said farewell to the current Parliamentary building, hoping for a brighter future in the new structure.

In his more than hour-long speech to the Lok Sabha, Modi reflected on the development of India’s democracy and argued that the final day in this historic structure should be devoted to the more than 7,500 legislators who have worked there since India’s independence.

In order to emphasise the historic significance of the old Parliament Building, Prime Minister Modi reminded that although foreign monarchs authorised its construction, Indians provided the sweat, labour, and funds.He stated that Pandit Nehru gave his “stroke of midnight hour” speech in this Parliament and that everyone is still inspired by his remarks.

While praising Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, P V Narasimha Rao, and Atal Bihari Vajpayee for their vision, Modi also brought up the “cash-for-vote” scandal that occurred under the Manmohan Singh administration.The PM also praised B R Ambedkar’s contribution, stating that his vision for industrialization, which was aimed at delivering social justice to the country during the first administration of independent India, remains at the heart of every industrial policy even today.

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