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PM conducts on-site inspection of construction work of new Parliament building

Monday, 27 Sep 2021
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi conducted on-site inspection and reviewed ongoing construction work of the new Parliament building in the evening of 26 September 2021.
 
The Prime Minister ascertained the progress of the work being carried out at the site, and laid emphasis on timely completion of the project.
 
He also noted that since the construction work is complete, a digital archive for all construction workers engaged at the site must be setup, which would reflect their personal details including their names, the name of the place they belong to, their picture and should recognise their contribution to the construction work.
 
He had laid the foundation stone of the new Parliament building in Delhi on 10 December 2020.  
 
The new structure will come up in front of the existing Parliament that was built nearly 94 years ago at a cost of Rs 83 lakh and will eventually be turned into a museum
 
The building will house larger Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha halls with capacities of 888 seats and 384 seats to accommodate an expanded Parliament after freeze on its expansion lifts in 2026.
 
The Lok Sabha Hall will also have an additional capacity up to 1,272 seats to host joint sessions.
 
Provisions will be made in furniture for smart displays and biometrics for ease of voting with an intuitive and graphical interface, digital language interpretation and recording infrastructure to produce real-time metadata, programmable microphones that put the control of managing the house with the Speaker.
 
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