Prime Minister Accommodation in Delhi - Advice for moving PMO near Rashtrapati Bhavan



NEW DELHI: An architectural firm designated by the Parliament in the country's capital, Delhi, to renovate the Rashtrapati Bhavan and surrounding government offices and major residences, has advised the Prime Minister's residence in the south of Rashtrapati Bhavan to head the Prime Minister's House in a major reform.  Where the Prime Minister's residential and new PMO will take shape.  The work is being handled by Ahmedabad-based designer company SCP.  This area in Delhi is known as Central Vista.  Which is in and around Rajpath with plans to open a new parliament and a new central secretariat.  However, a consultancy firm has yet to be chosen for all these operations, which the Plan Government will seek.

 There will be deliberations and suggestions will be made by the chairmen of both houses of parliament and top officials of the government and a final draft will be prepared accordingly.  It has also been suggested to turn the existing service into a museum of Indian democracy and recommend the establishment of North Block - South Block as India - 75 and e-Making of India.  Although the Government intends to keep the North or South Block unchanged and the present Parliament House will not be demolished, the construction of a new modern Parliament is the place behind the statue of Mahatma Gandhi.  If the new Lok Sabha seats are to be finalized, then the tune will be available.  Which requires a new Parliament building.  In addition a special central conference room will be erected here.
 Instead of the current science building being used, it can now become the premiere of Parliament.  There will be no grounded parking throughout the entire system, all underground parking will be.  In addition, there will be mini train service on e-vehicles or secular routes to travel from one place to another.  The government will spend Rs. 10000 crore for all this and the project will be completed by March 2024.

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