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Kavinder Lauds PM’s Address at the special session of parliament
9/18/2023 10:15:14 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 18: Kavinder Gupta, a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party and former Deputy Chief Minister, commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his address during the special session of Parliament. Gupta praised the Prime Minister for according equal significance to both old and modern values in society, highlighting the importance of India's parliamentary journey.
During his address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked, "We may go to the new building, but the old building will also inspire generations to come. This is an important chapter of India’s journey." Gupta appreciated the Prime Minister's sentiment and noted that it's an occasion to remember and reflect on India's 75-year parliamentary journey before moving proceedings to the newly inaugurated building.
Gupta also addressed the media and mentioned that the Prime Minister's interaction with the media before the new Parliament session had effectively clarified the government's stance. He believed that the Prime Minister's remarks had silenced opposition parties who had raised objections to the construction of the new Parliament Complex.
The Prime Minister's statement acknowledged the collective effort of the Indian people in constructing the building, despite the decision being made by a foreigner. Gupta cited the Prime Minister's tweet that highlighted the strength of India's democracy, where individuals from humble backgrounds could rise to hold coveted positions, including the presidency.
Gupta expressed his disappointment that opposition parties rarely acknowledged the achievements of the Modi-led government. He mentioned the successful conclusion of the G20 summit, which the Prime Minister attributed to the efforts of the entire Indian population, not just a single individual or party. Gupta also highlighted India's role in facilitating the African Union's permanent membership in the G20 during India's presidency.
The senior BJP leader expressed hope that opposition parties would actively participate in the new Parliament building and avoid practices like walkouts and wasting precious parliamentary time. He urged all parties to contribute constructively to the functioning of India's highest temple of democracy.
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