Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indirectly targeted the opposition’s decision to boycott the inauguration of the new Parliament building. Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at Delhi’s Palam airport after concluding his three-nation tour to Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Here hundreds of people including BJP President JP Nadda and many other leaders congratulated him.
Referring to his recent community event in Sydney, where a crowd of over 20,000 people turned up to hear him, PM Modi said that not only the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, was in the audience, but former PMs of the country and the entire opposition was together for their country. PM Modi said, “The former Prime Minister was also present in that function. There were MPs from the opposition and the ruling party. All of them took part in the community program.”
PM Modi also slammed the opposition for questioning the Center for exporting the Covid vaccine to foreign countries at the height of the Corona pandemic. PM Modi said, “At the time of crisis, they asked why Modi is giving vaccine to the world? Remember, this is the land of Buddha, this is the land of Gandhi! We care for our enemies too, we are driven by compassion.” There are people!”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was given a grand welcome in Australia and was honored a lot. PM Modi said that this capability is because the country has formed a government with full majority. When the representative of the government with full majority tells something in front of the world, the world believes that he is not speaking alone, 140 crore people are speaking.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament House on Sunday. Opposition parties argue that the honor of inaugurating the new Parliament building should go to President Draupadi Murmu, as the President is not only the head of state, but he is also an integral part of the Parliament as he summons, prorogues and ends the Parliament session. He also addresses the joint sitting of both the Houses during the first session of Parliament.