Owaisi said that the powers of parliament, government, and judiciary have been depicted separately in the Constitution. Speakers are not subordinate to the government.
AIMIM chief asaduddin owaisi has objected to the unveiling of the Ashoka Pillar atop the new parliament lok sabha building by PM narendra Modi. Owaisi tweeted that this right belongs to the lok sabha speaker.
Owaisi said that the powers of parliament, government, and judiciary have been depicted separately in the Constitution. PM Modi as head of government should not have unveiled the national emblem atop the new parliament building. It comes under the jurisdiction of the lok sabha speaker. Speakers are not subordinate to the government. Owaisi alleged that the PM has violated all constitutional norms. Owaisi said that PM Modi is the head of the government, not of the Lok Sabha. So he didn't have to unveil it.PM Modi unveiled the National Emblem Ashoka Pillar on the roof of the new parliament House on Monday. The bronze insignia, made of bronze, weighs 9,500 kg and measures 6.5 meters in height, officials said. It is built on top of the new parliament building. A steel structure weighing about 6,500 kg has been built around it to support it.
During this, Modi also interacted with the workers engaged in the construction work of parliament House. He said that the work of installing the National Emblem on the roof of the new parliament House was completed in eight different phases. This ranges from clay model making to computer graphics preparation and polishing of bronze figures.