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India’s New Parliament: Here’s how new Lok Sabha chamber will look

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The Centre has released the layout and new photos from inside the new Parliament building, which is still under construction. It will most likely host the second half of the Budget session.

According to reports, the building will be dedicated in March.
Tata Projects Limited is building the new Parliament building as part of the Central Vista redevelopment. It has larger halls, a modern library, redeveloped offices, and committee rooms with cutting-edge technology.


The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry (MoHUA), which is in charge of the construction, has released photos of the interiors of the new Parliament’s triangular-shaped structure. MoHUA is in charge of the Central Vista redevelopment project.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the new Parliament building in December 2020, kicking off the magnificent redevelopment project. The project’s goals included a three-kilometer-long iconic Kartavya Path connecting the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the India Gate, a new Parliament building, and a joint central secretariat.

On the ministry’s dedicated website, centralvista.gov.in, the most recent photos of the construction show workers completing the Lok Sabha chamber on January 16. Aside from that, there is art along the corridors and ongoing work in the courtyards.

The new Parliament building will have a built-up area of approximately 65,000 square metres, with its triangular shape ensuring optimal space utilisation.

The new structure will house large legislative chambers.

A larger Lok Sabha hall, themed after the national bird, will have a seating capacity of up to 888 people.

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