The Prime Minister had visited the construction site on Sunday evening and stressed on timely completion of the project.
new Parliament House Reviewing the construction works in the new Parliament House, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a digital museum should be set up to remember the contribution of the workers posted there. In a statement issued on Monday, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said that it has told the officials that all workers working for the construction of Parliament House should be ensured Kovid-19 vaccination and their monthly health check-up.Also Read – PM Modi at New Parliament Building: PM Modi suddenly arrived at the construction site of the new Parliament building, inspected for an hour
The Prime Minister had visited the construction site on Sunday evening and stressed on timely completion of the project. He interacted with the workers at the construction site and inquired about their well being. Prime Minister Modi had said that he was engaged in a “sacred and historic” work. He said that the digital museum should also contain the personal details of the workers, in which their names, their home places, their photographs, besides their contribution in the construction should be mentioned. Also Read – Man Ki Baat: PM Modi returned from America, the advice given in Mann Ki Baat – special vigilance is necessary in festivals
The statement said that the workers should also be given a certificate of their role and participation for this work. It was told that the surprise inspection of the Prime Minister took place with little security and he spent an hour at the construction site. Government officials have said that the new building will be ready by the winter session of Parliament in 2022. The area of the new Parliament House will be 64,500 sqm. Also Read – All meetings of PM Modi took cognizance of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism: Foreign Secretary
It will have a grand ‘Constitution Hall’, in which India’s democratic heritage will be preserved. Apart from this, there will be a lounge, library, several committee rooms, dining rooms and parking space for MPs. In the new building, there will be a seating arrangement for 888 members in the Lok Sabha, while 384 members will be able to sit in the Rajya Sabha.