Modi-government, bringing notable changes in India and to every sphere of it, has now brought a dazzling change to the Parliament House based at the national capital. The Prime Minister of the nation Narendra Modi inaugurated the dynamic lighting facility at Parliament House Complex. The inauguration was done on Tuesday, 13th August, 2019. Apart from illuminating the entire Parliament complex, a light show was also started on the same event and PM also witnessed some parts of the light show.
With people being easily attracted to the lightings and light shows, Modi government did the parliament illuminating thing mainly to catch the eyes of the citizens of the country. Some other government buildings, like the North Block, South Block and Rashtrapati Bhavan are also illuminated through the artificial light system.
The inauguration of the lighting system was also attended by the Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla, union ministers, and other members of parliament. Modi took to let the people of the country know about the lighting system through his Twitter post in which he thanked that finally the lighting facility was inaugurated.
India’s Parliament is all lit up, thanks to the lighting facility inaugurated today.
Have a look at these pictures. pic.twitter.com/HixrpJ1Ugx
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 13, 2019
As per reports of the Parliament, all 144 pillars of the parliament house are being lighted up and each of these pillars measures 27 feet each. Not only this, the pillars will keep changing its colour every few seconds. The total LEF lights used for lighting the pillar 875.
Another tweet on the Parliament lighting facility has also been made by Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla. Birla took to make his tweet in Hindi:
स्वतंत्रता दिवस के पूर्व रोशनी से जगमगाते संसद भवन का अद्भुत दृश्य।आज प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी@PMOIndia जी की मौजूदगी में संसद भवन परिसर में लगाई गई नई तकनीक की एलईडी लाइटिंग का शुभारंभ किया। इस अलौकिक दृश्य की छटा से अब परिसर हमेशा रोशन रहेगा।#Parliament pic.twitter.com/MWldHbtcY7
— Lok Sabha Speaker (@loksabhaspeaker) August 13, 2019
The makeover the government gave to the colonial-era building’ is remarkable. However, it was two years before this, the famous Raisina Hills was lighted up by the dynamic LED lights. The lights on each of these government offices will remain on from 7 pm to 5 am.