Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said India will always be proud of having become the voice of the Global South during the G20 summit and that the African Union has become a permanent member of the Group of 20 global leaders.
“India will always be proud that we became the voice of the Global South during the G20 Summit and that the African Union became a permanent member of the G20. “All this is a signal of India’s bright future,” Prime Minister Modi told the special session of Parliament.
He also said that this special session of Parliament will be short but will be a session of historic decisions, according to a report published by news agency ANI.
“This session of Parliament is short but over time it is huge. This is a meeting of historic decisions. “A special feature of this session is that the journey of 75 years begins with a new destination,” the Prime Minister said.
“Now, as we advance the journey from a new place… we must make the country a developed country by 2047. For this, all future decisions will be made in the new parliament building…,” he added.
He further said, “Tomorrow we will enter the new Parliament on Ganesh Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha is also known as “Vighnaharta”, now there will be no obstacles for the development of the country… “Nirvighna roop se saare sapne saare sankalp Bharat paripoorn karega”.
Prime Minister Modi will begin a discussion on Parliament’s 75-year journey in Lok Sabha on Monday. Official sources said he is expected to speak shortly after the House convenes at 11 a.m. on the first day of the session.
The Prime Minister will begin the discussion on the “75-year parliamentary journey starting with Samvidhan Sabha – achievements, experiences, memories and learnings”, the sources said.
It will be the last day of business in the existing building before lawmakers move into the adjacent new building on Tuesday.
“Incurable gamer. Infuriatingly humble coffee specialist. Professional music advocate.”