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Parliament’s Special Session To Feature Employee Uniforms With An ‘Indian’ Twist”

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Parliament staff are gearing up for a special session in the new Parliament building next week, where they will debut fresh uniforms with an ‘Indian’ flair, featuring elements like ‘Nehru jackets’ and khaki-colored pants. The official inauguration of the new Parliament building, coinciding with Ganesh Chaturthi, will take place on September 19 following a brief ‘pooja,’ although the session itself commences on September 18.

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Source: India Today

Crafted by the National Institute of Fashion Technology, the revamped uniform marks a significant departure from the previous attire worn by bureaucrats. Instead of the traditional bandhgala suit, they will now sport magenta or deep pink Nehru jackets. These jackets will be paired with shirts in the same striking deep pink hue, embellished with a lotus flower motif. 

Adding a touch of sophistication to their ensemble, employees will don khaki-colored pants. Notably, the attire of the marshals in both houses has also undergone a transformation, with the introduction of Manipuri turbans as part of their new dress code. The clothing for the security personnel stationed at the Parliament building is also undergoing a transformation. They will be trading in their safari suits for camouflage outfits, resembling military attire.

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Source: The Sunday Guardian Live


Upcoming Special Parliament Session on September 18

Parliament’s special session, starting on September 18, will initially convene in the old building and then move to the new one on Ganesh Chaturthi, a day later. The new Parliament building, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28 this year, will host this session. 

It is a five-day session, with the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha secretariats expected to provide members with the session’s provisional calendar separately. The announcement of this “special session” on August 31 by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi created speculation due to the undisclosed agenda.

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Source: India Today

In the forthcoming special Parliament session scheduled from September 18 to 22, there is a possibility that the government will introduce a resolution to rename India as “Bharat.” Currently, India is officially referred to as “India, that is Bharat…” in the Constitution, but there’s a growing momentum to streamline it to just “Bharat.” Sources indicate that the government may put forth a resolution for this renaming, and there’s speculation regarding the introduction of a constitutional amendment bill during this special session to effect this change.

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