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Assam CM Slams Opposition's Decision to Boycott Inauguration of New Parliament Building


Assam CM Slams Boycott of New Parliament Building

Assam Chief Minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, launched a fierce criticism against the Opposition for their decision to boycott the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed Parliament building. CM Sarma highlighted that the swift completion of the construction caught the Opposition off guard, leading to their boycott.


During a media interaction on Wednesday, CM Sarma expressed, "The boycott is expected. The Opposition had opposed the construction of the Parliament House and never anticipated its completion within such a short span of time. This development came as a surprise to them. They are now staging a boycott drama to save face, but they never supported the project. The inauguration of the Parliament House coinciding with Veer Savarkar's day might be another reason for their opposition or boycott. I am confident that this is just a show."


The Congress and 18 other opposition parties issued a joint statement announcing their boycott of the inauguration of the new Parliament building, set to take place on May 28 in New Delhi. However, several opposition parties have chosen to abstain from attending the event.


The opposition parties' decision to boycott the event stems from the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be inaugurating the building instead of President of India, Droupadi Murmu.


On May 28, PM Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla will jointly inaugurate the new Parliament building. The foundation stone for the building was laid on December 10, 2020.

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