Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday recalled the famous speeches of former prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Modi said the echo of Nehru’s ‘tryst with destiny’ speech to mark India’s independence from colonial rule will continue to inspire us.The echo of Pandit (Jawahlal) Nehru’s ‘at the stroke of midnight’ in this Parliament will continue to inspire us. And this is that very Parliament where Atal Ji said ‘sarkaren aayengi, jayengi; partiyan banegi, bigedgi; magar ye desh rahna chahiye’ (governments will come and go; parties will form and dissolvel; but the country should remain),” Prime Minister Modi said in Lok Sabha.Further speaking about the best moments in the building, he noted, “Post-Independence, many expressed doubts about country’s success; but the power of this Parliament proved naysayers wrong”
Modi’s speech also witnessed a sombre moment when he remembered the deaths of three former prime ministers while in office.When this Parliament lost three serving PMs — Nehru ji, Shastri ji and Indira ji — they were given fitting tribute,” PM Modi said.From Nehru to Shastri to Vajpayee, this Parliament has seen several leaders presenting their vision of India.”India began a rare special session of Parliament on Monday, with Prime Minister Modi promising that the five-day gathering of lawmakers will yield “historic decisions.”This session is short but based on the timing, it is very big,” Modi told mediapersons, without elaborating.
The Parliament is discussing its 75 years of journey, including achievements, experiences, memories and learningsEarlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi said the Parliament session will witness “historic decisions”.This session of the Parliament is short but going by the time, it is huge. This is a session of historic decisions. A speciality of this session is that the journey of 75 years is starting from a new destination,” the prime minister said.Now, while taking forward the journey from a new place…we have to make the country a developed country by 2047. For this, all the decisions of the time to come will be taken in the new Parliament building,” he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi kick started the Parliament special session by reminiscing the memories of the old Parliament building saying that never thought ‘will get so much love’. PM also lauded the contributions of Jawahar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and all other prime ministers while remembering the bitter-sweet memories. Prime Minister Narendra Modi kick started the Parliament special session by reminiscing the memories of the old Parliament building saying that never thought ‘will get so much love’. PM also lauded the contributions of Jawahar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and all other prime ministers while remembering the bitter-sweet memories.
On the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, on Tuesday, the working of the parliament will be shifted to the new building. Noting the same, “We will move to new Parliament building, but this old building will also always inspire coming generations”Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday lauded the vision of first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and subsequent leaders, including Lal Bahadur Shastri, P V Narasimha Rao and Atal Bihari Vajpayee, but also reminded the Lok Sabha of the ‘cash-for-vote’ scam during the Manmohan Singh government.He remembered Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Chandrashekhar and Lal Krishna Advani for enriching the House.
The prime minister also lauded the contribution of B R Ambedkar, saying his vision for industrialisation, which was aimed at bringing social justice in the country during the first government of independent India, continues to remain at the heart of every industrial policy even today At this time, we all are feeling an atmosphere of enthusiasm and a new confidence in the entire country. At the same time, this session of Parliament is taking place. This session is short, but in terms of time, it is very big. This is a session of historic decisions. A speciality of this session is that the journey of 75 years is starting from a new destination,” he said.