Parliament Employees New Dress: Special session of Parliament called by the Central Government (Special Session of Parliament) is starting from next week i.e. 18th September. During this period, the employees of Parliament House will be seen in a new look. It is reported that now a new dress code will be implemented for the employees. This means that the employees in the new Parliament House will now wear new uniforms. In which male employees have been asked to wear khaki pants and round neck shirts. Whereas, female employees will be seen in lotus flower printed sarees.
Special session may be held in the new Parliament House
Apparently, on September 18, the first day of the special session of Parliament called by the government to discuss Amrit Kaal, both the Houses of Parliament will convene in the old Parliament building as before. It is being told that from the second day of the special session i.e. from September 19, the proceedings of both the Houses will be held in the new Parliament House. If media reports are to be believed, work can start in the new Parliament House after worshiping on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Special session will be held from 18 to 22 September
Modi government has called this special session of Parliament during the time of Amrit Kaal. 5 meetings will be held in this special session of Parliament, which will be held from 18 to 22 September. The 13th session of the 17th Lok Sabha and the 261st session of the Rajya Sabha will also take place at the same time. According to reports, both male and female members of the Parliament staff will wear brand new attire during this special session. The dress of all the employees and even their shoes have now been changed.
Parliament employees will be seen in a new look
The turtleneck suit that earlier served as the uniform of the secretariat staff has been replaced by a magenta or dark pink Nehru jacket. The color of the shirt has also been changed. The shirt will now be dark pink. In which lotus flower will be shown. In contrast, the pants will be khaki colored. Apart from this, change will also be seen in dress.
The responsibility of preparing the new dress has been given to the National Institute of Fashion Technology. The security guards of Parliament House will also wear different attire. Earlier, Parliament security guards used to wear safari suits. Now they will also be given new uniforms. According to reports, Marshal will wear Manipuri turban during this special session of Parliament.
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