Gandhinagar: The inauguration of the new Parliament building will take place on Sunday, 28 May. Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel will be on a tour of Delhi on May 27 and 28. CM Patel will attend the NITI Aayog Governing Council meeting. Besides, CM Patel will also attend the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House.
Insult of140 crore Indians of the country
Targeting the opposition parties, CM Bhupendra Patel said that opposing the new Parliament House is an insult to 140 crore Indians of the country. According to CM Bhupendra Patel, the decision of the parties who have decided to boycott the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament building is condemnable. Their protest is an attack on the country’s great democratic values and the constitutional beliefs. Parliament is a sacred institution in a democracy. It is like the heartbeat of the people. In Parliament decisions are taken about the policies of the country. Consequently, the lives of the people change. If we look at the last 9 years, the opposition parties have repeatedly violated the parliamentary system and rules.
25 parties including BJP to participate in inauguration ceremony
20 opposition parties, including the Congress, have announced a boycott of the inauguration ceremony. The opposition says that the Prime Minister’s decision to inaugurate by bypassing President Draupadi Murmu is not only a grave insult but also a direct attack on the democracy. At the same time, 25 parties including BJP will participate in the inauguration ceremony. PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate new Parliament building.