Patna: The political history of Bihar is older than independence and at the same time, the Bihar Legislative Assembly is older. Which has seen many political ups and downs in 100 years. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Bihar to make this ups and downs memorable. This is the first time that the Prime Minister will come to the Bihar Assembly premises to attend a program. According to the state government, the PM will be on a tour of UP and Bihar-Jharkhand on July 12.
PM Modi will reach Patna in the afternoon. Will participate in the program organized on the occasion of the conclusion of the centenary year celebrations of Bihar Vidhan Sabha building here. It is being told that on the initiative of Assembly Speaker Vijay Sinha, PM Modi is visiting Bihar. Before this, no PM had come to the assembly premises till now. Special preparations are being made for the arrival of PM. The entire program is being supervised at the level of the government and the Speaker of the Assembly.
PM will plant Kalpataru plant
In his arrival, the PM will inaugurate the centenary memorial pillar in the program organized by the assembly. After that, on the completion of 100 years of Pakistan present in the assembly complex, this park will be named Shatabdi Park. The Prime Minister will also plant a plant of Kalpataru in this centenary park. Apart from this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of the museum to be built in the assembly and the guest house of the Bihar assembly.
going to be a state-of-the-art guest house
This guest house is going to be built near the off mall road building number one and two eco park. All the delegates related to the Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha will be able to come and stay in the guest house being built in a state-of-the-art manner. Preparations are in full swing for the arrival of PM in the assembly. A big tent is being built in the big park on the left side of the assembly complex.
Invitation sent to these guests
Security standards are being taken care of under the PM’s protocol. Invitations are being sent to many dignitaries of the state, including all the members of the Legislature, all the members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, former members of the Legislature and all the former members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, to attend the program.