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SC denies PIL on President inaugurating New Parliament

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SC denies PIL on President inaugurating New Parliament

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The PIL asking for a directive that President Droupadi Murmu inaugurate the new Parliament building on 28 May is denied by the Supreme Court.

On Thursday, a PIL was submitted to the Supreme Court asking for an order mandating that Droupadi Murmu, the President of India, inaugurate the new Parliament building on May 28.

According to the PIL, the Lok Sabha Secretariat broke the law by failing to invite the President to the inauguration.

According to the PIL submitted by attorney Jaya Sukin, the announcement made by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on May 18 and the invitations sent out by the Secretary General, Lok Sabha, regarding the opening of the new Parliament building, are in violation of the Indian Constitution.

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