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MPs will sit in the Parliament built for Rs 1200 crore from today, these 5 features make it grand and hi-tech – New Parliament cost about Rs 1200 crore Built by Tata company know these 5 special things tutc

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Work will start in the new Parliament building from today. The proceedings of the Lok Sabha will begin at 1:15 pm, while the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha will begin at 2:15 pm. All preparations for the inauguration of the new Parliament building have been completed. In this, seating arrangements have been made for a total of 1280 members. Do you know how much the New Parliament Building Cost has incurred in preparing this state-of-the-art and already spread over vast area of ​​the new Parliament Building? Let us know five special things related to this…

Arrangement of seating for so many members in the new building
First of all, let us talk about the building of the new Parliament House, so let us tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had inaugurated this new Parliament House in the month of May this year. In the huge building, 888 members can comfortably sit in the Lok Sabha chamber and 300 members in the Rajya Sabha chamber. In case of a joint sitting of both the houses, a total of 1280 members can sit in the Lok Sabha chamber.

This project was worth Rs 971 crore
PM Modi had laid the foundation stone of the new Parliament building on December 10, 2020 and it is ready in less than three years. Spread over 64,500 square meters, this four-storey building is triangular in shape. If seen in terms of area, it is about 17,000 square meters bigger than the old Parliament House. Apart from this, it was prepared with state-of-the-art technology and will not be affected by earthquakes. When its foundation stone was laid, the project to build it was given to Tata Projects and the estimated cost of its construction was fixed at Rs 971 crore.

Due to these reasons the cost of construction increased
Tata Projects started the construction work of the new Parliament building rapidly, but after two years in January 2022, information was shared that its cost will increase by Rs 200 crore more. Increase in prices of steel and other goods, electronics and other works helped to increase its budget. In this, things like modern audio-video visual system, tablets on the tables of MPs played a big role in the increase in expenditure. According to sources, the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) had expected the budget of the Parliament House to reach Rs 1200 crore after an increase of Rs 200 crore. Now this building worth about Rs 1200 crore is completely ready to carry out its work and the proceedings of Parliament will start in it from today, 19 September 2023.

Hi-tech office of officers and employees
Many arrangements have been made for security in this four-storey new Parliament building. It has six entrance gates, out of which three Ashwa, Gaj and Garuda Gate are ceremonial gates. These gates will be used by the Vice President, Speaker and Prime Minister. Whereas three other gates Makar Gate, Shardul Gate and Hans Gate will be used for MPs and public. In this hi-tech Parliament, the offices of officers and employees have also been equipped with modern facilities. In this, hi-tech devices have been installed in different rooms of café, dining area and committee meeting. There is also a provision for common rooms, ladies lounge and VIP lounge.

This company has prepared the design of the new Parliament
The design of the new Parliament House, equipped with all kinds of high-tech security systems in less time and at a huge cost, has been prepared by Gujarat based architecture firm HCP Design, Planning and Management Pvt. Ltd. and the chief architect of the building is Bimal Patel, who has worked in many big projects. Have designed buildings. He has also received Padma Shri in the year 2019 for his exceptional work in the field of architecture. He has designed many big buildings including Vishwanath Dham Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Gujarat High Court Building, IIM Ahmedabad Campus, Tata CGPL Township, Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project and Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University.

This post originally appeared on www.aajtak.in

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