Sengol, a historical sceptre from Tamil Nadu that was given to the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru to symbolise the passing of power from the British and was preserved in an Allahabad museum, will be placed in the new Parliament building, Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced on Wednesday. The building is scheduled to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28.
According to Shah, the installation’s aim has never changed. Jawaharlal Nehru felt the same way on August 14, 1947, and Sengol “represents that feeling,” he remarked. The new Parliament building, according to the home minister, is an illustration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foresight.
At the opening event, the prime minister, according to him, would recognise 7,000 employees (shram yogis). All political parties are invited to the new Parliament Building’s inauguration, according to Shah, and they were free to react in accordance with their best opinion.
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