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PM Modi thanks everybody who contributed to building the new Parliament House

After dedicating the new Parliament House on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also thanked the employees who contributed to its construction.
Following the inauguration of the new Parliament House with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Modi thanked the employees and gave them shawls and souvenirs for their assistance in the construction of the new structure.
One of the employees honoured by the prime minister was Satya Ranjan Das from the Sundarbans in West Bengal. He had set up food and drink for the building site employees.
Ejaz Ahmed, the manager and stairmaster, and Bhai Ram Murmu, who maintained the cleanliness, were also introduced to Modi.
Additionally, Puranjan Dalai from Chandipur in Odisha and Kishanlal from Barmer in Rajasthan were assisted by Modi in their work on the new building's lobby design.
Anand Vishwakarma of Varanasi worked on the ceiling of both the chambers and the chairs in the new building, while Devlal Sukhar of Vadodara and Anil Kumar Yadav of Bihar worked on installing the sandstones on the exterior wall of Parliament. Subrata Sutradhar of the northeast worked on the bamboo flooring.
PM Modi presided at the foundation-laying ceremony for the new structure in December 2020, and it was opened on Sunday.
Twenty opposition parties, including the Congress, boycotted the new building's inaugural event because they believed the BJP had insulted India's first tribal president by not inviting President Murmu.

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