Special Parliament Session: The Central Government has called a special session of Parliament from 18 to 22 September. On the first day of this session i.e. on 18 September, the work will be done in the old Parliament House only. The next day i.e. on September 19, on Ganesh Chaturthi, the proceedings of Parliament will be held in the new building of Shri Ganesh. September 18 will be the last day of work in the old Parliament House. The next day, further proceedings of the special session will begin in the new building.
Proceedings in the new Parliament House will be started only during the special session. The proceedings of the special session will continue in the old Parliament House till the afternoon of 18 and 19 September. After this, the session will start in the new building from the afternoon of 19th September. The central government decided to start proceedings on this day itself, as September 19 is Ganesh Chaturthi and a very auspicious day to start Parliament proceedings.
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Let us tell you that this new Parliament House was inaugurated by PM Modi on 28th May. After the work starts in this, the old Parliament House will be converted into ‘Museum of Democracy’. This new parliament building has been built under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream project Central Vista. Rs 973 crore has been spent to make it. At the same time, it has taken 29 months to make it.
Significantly, preparations have been completed for the G-20 Summit to be held in Delhi on 9 and 10 September. The capital Delhi has been decorated like a bride. During this, world leaders will reach the capital and participate in the G-20 summit. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is coming to India only to attend the G-20. At the same time, it is also believed that during this time his relatives can give a grand welcome to the British PM.