A joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament to be held tomorrow to mark 70 years of adoption of Constitution

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New Delhi: A joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament to be held tomorrow to mark 70 years of adoption of Constitution. President Ram Nath Kovind will address at the joint sitting of Parliament tomorrow.

The President of India, the Vice President of India, the Prime Minister, the Speaker of Lok Sabha, the Minister for Law & Justice and all Members of Parliament will participate in a special function being organized in the Central Hall of the Parliament on the Constitution Day. A Digital Photo Exhibition will be inaugurated and a Portal on Youth Parliament Scheme will also be launched on this occasion. As mark of solidarity and an appeal to citizens of India to exhort their contribution during the campaign, an electronically signed Pledge by the Prime Minister be rendered to the public at large.

Opposition parties will boycott the President Ram Nath Kovind’s address at the joint sitting of Parliament tomorrow. They will also protest in front of the Ambedkar Statue in Parliament.

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