“1st Photo Of New Parliament Building That Came Out Was…”: Sharad Pawar



Stressing the importance of dialogue in Parliament-related activities. Nationalist Congress Party Chairman Sharad Pawar said on Tuesday that the decision on. The new Parliament building could have been taken through talks with political parties .
The senior NCP leader was speaking at a ‘Sauhard Baithak’ (friendship building meeting). At Mahatma Gandhi Mission University in Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

There has been a general decline in participation in. The dialogue for parliamentary activities, he said. Also before, he said, the political parties had differences but tried. To resolve them through dialogue.

“I didn’t understand why there was a need for a new parliament building.

The decision on it could have been made through dialogue (with the political parties). But I found out about the new building through the newspapers,” he said.

Up to 20 opposition parties stayed away from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s. Inauguration of the new parliament building on May 28. Congress accused the prime minister of treating the inauguration as a “coronation”.

Without naming anyone, Pawar said: “Key people in the government. Do not attend parliament sessions. If the head of government comes to parliament one day, that day feels different. Parliament is above everything. If you don’t gives it importance, people’s perception (about this) is also affect.”

Calling himself the leader of a “small” political party in Parliament. Pawar said:

“We (the opposition). Demanded to invite the president to the opening. Ceremony of the new Parliament building. There was no need to oppose (by ruling the BJP). A photograph clicked after the first. Session of Parliament showed many of the country’s leaders including Dr B R Ambedkar. And Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru,” Pawar said.

Opposition parties boycott the event accusing. The BJP-led Center of sidelining President Droupadi Murmu. They insist that the inauguration. Be
Pawar also alleg that the elect leaders were not given a chance to enter the new building first. He said: “The first photo of the new Parliament building that came out was. Not with the elected members but with people wearing saffron clothes.”

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