Why did Prime Minister Modi take the names of his ministers one by one in the Parliament after the election of the Speaker?

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Om Birla will take over the responsibility of the post of Speaker of the 18th Lok Sabha. He has got the responsibility of the post of Speaker for the second consecutive time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday congratulated Om Birla on being elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha. PM Modi expressed confidence that the 18th Lok Sabha under his chairmanship will successfully fulfill the dreams of the citizens of the country. After the election of the Speaker, PM Modi stood up to present his point. During this, he took the name of every minister of his cabinet in the House. PM Modi did this under a special tradition.

Prime Minister Modi introduced the cabinet in the House

The name of the speaker was finalized on the third day of the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha. Om Birla again took over the responsibility of the Lok Sabha Speaker. After BJP MP from Kota, Rajasthan, Om Birla was elected the Speaker of the Lok Sabha, PM Modi, Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kiren Rijiju took him to the Speaker's chair. All the members of the House also congratulated him. During this, PM Modi took the name of every minister of the new cabinet in the House. He also told them which ministry they have got.

There is a tradition of introducing ministers in Parliament

PM Modi did this because there is a tradition of introducing the new cabinet in Parliament. The Prime Minister does this and introduces the ministers to the House. This tradition has been going on for a long time. Praising Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, PM Modi said that we all have faith that you will guide us in the coming five years. You will have a big role in fulfilling the aspirations and expectations of the country.

PM Modi praised Om Birla a lot

The Prime Minister said that the reforms that have taken place in the 17th Lok Sabha under the chairmanship of Birla ji, the important laws that have been passed, are the legacy of the House and you. In the future, if the 17th Lok Sabha will be analysed, it will be written that the Lok Sabha chaired by Birla ji played a very important role in determining the future of India. This time too you are going to be successful, but the 18th Lok Sabha under your chairmanship will also very successfully fulfil the dreams of the citizens of the country.


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