PM Modi’s Special Parliamentary Session Address: G20, Chandrayaan-3, and New Parliament Building Discussed in First Lok Sabha Speech, Signifying India’s Milestones.
On the first day of the special session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Lok Sabha on Monday. He discussed a wide range of topics in his speech, including the successful hosting of the 18th G20 Summit and the Chandrayaan-3 moon landing.
Beginning with the formation of the Constituent Assembly, the first day of the session commemorated 75 years of legislative history. Both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha talk about the accomplishments, memories, experiences, and lessons from the previous 75 years.
PM Modi underscored India’s rising stature as an important supporter of the Global South, emphasizing in particular the African Union’s engagement in the G20 meetings. The impending special session, according to PM Modi, will be “short but significant.” At 11 a.m., the Prime Minister is scheduled to address the Lok Sabha to officially open the extraordinary session of parliament.
Leaders from all sides of the political spectrum advocated for the Women’s Reservation Bill to be passed during the all-party meeting that took place prior to the session. While pointing out that the agenda that had been distributed did not suggest that the five-day meeting would be a special one, some opposition parties questioned the gathering’s scheduled date.
Among the bills on the government’s preliminary list of legislative business that will be addressed are the Post Office Bill, 2023, the Chief Election Commissioner, Other Election Commissioners (Appointment, Conditions of Service and Term of Office) Bill, 2023, the Advocates (Amendment) Bill, 2023, and the Press and Registration of Periodicals Bill, 2023.
The success of the G20 Summit, according to Prime Minister Modi, belongs to the entire nation, not just to one individual or one political party. “Today, you have all expressed unanimity in praising the G20’s success…I would like to thank you. The 140 crore residents of the country are responsible for the G20’s success. Success belongs to India, not to any one person or political group. It is an occasion for all of us to rejoice, he remarked.
The 75-year legislative journey must be remembered as we move forward, Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued.
In addition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated, “The imperial legislative council met in the previous Parliament before Independence. Following Independence, it adopted the name “Sansad Bhawan. While it is true that the foreign rulers made the choice to create this edifice, we can never forget that my countrymen’s blood, sweat, and money were spent in its construction.”
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