Kashmir Indepth
Nation

PM Narendra Modi Takes Oath as 18th Lok Sabha Commences

Srinagar, June 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi took oath as a Member of Parliament on Monday as the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha began. Addressing the media outside the new Parliament building, Modi congratulated the newly elected MPs and pledged that the new government would work inclusively and build consensus to serve the nation.
“Today is a proud day in parliamentary democracy; it is a day of glory,” PM Modi said. “For the first time since independence, this oath ceremony is taking place in our new Parliament. Till now, this process used to take place in the old house. On this important day, I heartily welcome all the newly elected MPs, congratulate them all, and wish them all the best.”
The Prime Minister expressed gratitude to the people of India for their continued support and for giving his government a mandate to lead for a third consecutive term.
“This formation of Parliament is to fulfil the resolutions of the common man of India. This is an opportunity to achieve new speed and new heights with new zeal and enthusiasm. The 18th Lok Sabha is starting today with the goal of building a developed India by 2047,” he added.
PM Modi’s remarks highlighted the significance of the historic occasion and set an ambitious vision for the future of India.

Related posts

Narendra Modi Named NDA Leader in Key Meeting; Allies Pledge Support

Kashmir Indepth

Lt Governor Sinha greets people on Independence Day

Kashmir Indepth

Galwan valley clash hero Colonel Santosh Babu accorded Mahavir Chakra posthumously

Ankit Sharma

NSA Ajit Doval chairs key regional dialogue on Afghanistan

Ankit Sharma

29 Dead After Bus Skids Off Yamuna Expressway Near Delhi, 17 Injured

Kashmir Indepth

Modi addresses first press conference in five years, takes no questions

Kashmir Indepth

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy