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As Parliament commenced operations in the new building, the Prime Minister urged all MPs to leave behind past animosities and begin a new chapter in building a stronger India. He encouraged them to broaden their scope to reflect the vast hopes of the Indian people.

Addressing MPs from both Houses in Central Hall of the old Parliament building, now proposed to be named Samvidhan Sadan, Modi emphasized the importance of prioritizing Indian aspirations in their reforms. He urged for a shift in mindset to accurately represent the extensive dreams of India.

The Prime Minister, accompanied by MPs, then proceeded to the adjacent new Parliament building for the Lok Sabha session.

In his inaugural speech in the new Lok Sabha chamber, Modi emphasized that the new Parliament building symbolizes the aspirations of 1.4 billion Indians. He stressed the need to let go of past grievances and focus on inspiring every citizen through the work done in the new Parliament.

Modi urged members to move beyond trivial matters and strive for self-reliance. He emphasized the importance of meeting the goal of Atma Nirbhar Bharat for the betterment of the country.

During his address to the Rajya Sabha, the Prime Minister emphasized the importance of meeting goals promptly, as the new generation demands swift action.

Highlighting the legislative achievements of the old Parliament, Modi praised the passing of laws benefiting marginalized communities and the abrogation of Article 370. He also mentioned the successful implementation of the Constitution in Jammu and Kashmir, leading to progress and peace in the region.

Reflecting on the history of the old Parliament House, Modi highlighted its significance in the enactment of numerous laws and the country’s economic growth. He acknowledged the world’s admiration for India’s progress in the banking sector, digitalization, and governance model.

The Prime Minister also praised the youth’s contributions to the technology sector, noting the global fascination with their work.

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