Saamana On New Parliament Inauguration: Shiv Sena (Uddhav Bal Thackeray) through its editorial article in its mouthpiece Saamana raised the issue of inauguration of the new parliament building and once again attacked the BJP including the Prime Minister. It was said in the article that the new Parliament House is being inaugurated today. This is not in accordance with the belief and tradition and this type of capture of Parliament is fatal for democracy.
To save democracy, there is a continuous struggle going on day and night in our country. The words of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi were reiterated in the editorial article. While questioning in the article, it was said that a new Parliament House has come up in Delhi. Was it really needed? In the Saamana editorial, the new Parliament House was said to be unnecessary. Targeting the Prime Minister, it was said that dictatorship flourishes only with the help of bondage on ideas and centralization of power. It was alleged that even though the new Parliament House has been built, but for the last eight years there is an atmosphere of fear in both the Houses of the country.
It was further written in Saamana, bypassing President Draupadi Murmu, the new Parliament House is being inaugurated today. This is not in accordance with belief and tradition. The President is the head of this country and the Parliament. Such capture of Parliament is fatal for democracy. Almost all political parties except BJP have waged a war on this.
It’s like war for us day and night
Shiv Sena (Uddhav Bal Thackeray) further said in its mouthpiece, “According to the tradition, the President of the country Draupadi Murmu should inaugurate the new Parliament, Rahul Gandhi was the first to demand this and almost all the opposition parties accepted it.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi is inaugurating the new building of Parliament. This is not in accordance with the belief and tradition of democracy. Even a simple invitation was not given to the President, so 20 political parties including the Congress boycotted the opening ceremony of the Parliament.
Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he wrote, not caring about the boycott of the opponents, Prime Minister Modi will give a speech at the opening ceremony of the Parliament and the audience gathered by him will applaud there. This is the biggest threat to democracy. There is no invitation to the President of the country in the inauguration of the Parliament, nor to the leaders of the opposition. Everything ‘I’ means Modi. This is the ego itself. ‘Not inaugurating the Parliament by the President and not inviting him to that function is an insult to the country’s highest constitutional post. ‘Parliament is not made of bricks of arrogance, but of constitutional values,’ said Shri Rahul Gandhi.
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia is currently in jail. Sisodia was brought out of jail for a court date. Pressed by journalists, Sisodia said, ‘Modi is arrogant’, on this the police dragged the former Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi by the collar. Democracy is also being dragged like this. So what will happen by building a new Parliament House?
Was it necessary?
The new Parliament House has come up in Delhi. Was it really needed? Discussion is going on on this. The need for a new Parliament building was decided during the Congress rule itself. So there is no reason to oppose the ‘Central Vista’ project. The spark of controversy erupted due to the President being ignored at the inauguration ceremony of the Parliament House. Newly constructed Parliament House which Prime Minister Modi did on his own. The reason for this is that they have to destroy all the historical symbols of the victory of Congress from Delhi forever and the country’s capital was established by Narendra Modi after the year 2014, before that Delhi was a ruin like a Mohanjodaro. This is what they have to make the future generation realize. That’s why bulldozers are roaming all over Lutyens’ Delhi today? The present Parliament House was not so dilapidated that a new Parliament House should be constructed in a hurry. The present Parliament House of India was built by the British in the 19th century and that entire building has become the center of attraction of the world even today. The building of the Holland Parliament was built in the 13th century.
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