New Delhi. Modi government has called a special session of Parliament from 18 to 22 September. However, the agenda for calling the special session is not yet clear. But the opposition is attacking the Center for calling a special session of Parliament. Let us tell you that the first day of work of the special session will be held on September 18 in the old Parliament, while on September 19, the proceedings of the second day will be entered in the new Parliament building with proper worship on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Meanwhile, now a big information has come to light regarding the new Parliament. According to sources, the dress of the employees working in the new Parliament House will be changed.
Male employees will wear kurta pajama instead of safari suit. Whereas female employees will wear new design sarees. That means, with the entry of the new Parliament, the look of the employees will also change. And in the special session of Parliament, all the employees will be seen in new dresses. It is being told that NIFT has designed this new dress. According to which, the secretariat employees will change their turtleneck suits to magenta or dark pink colored Nehru jackets.
Let us tell you that the dress of the marshals of both the Houses of Parliament and the security staff will also be changed. Marshals of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will now be seen wearing Manipuri caps on their heads. It is noteworthy that this is the first time in the 9 years of Modi government’s tenure that a special session of Parliament is being called for the first time. However, there are speculations that a bill on ‘One Nation, One Election’ may be brought in the special session. Due to which the opposition is attacking the central government.
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Former Congress President Sonia Gandhi wrote a letter to PM Narendra Modi demanding discussion on 9 issues including inflation and unemployment in the special session of Parliament. Apart from this, Sonia Gandhi had also raised questions on calling a special session in the letter. After which Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi, while replying to Sonia Gandhi, said that the special session has been kept as per the normal procedure.