PM Modi should continue serving the country in his current role and return to power in the Parliament Elections to be held in 2024, as per the Head Priest of the Madurai Adheenam, who is slated to present the Sengol to PM Modi during the opening of the new Parliament building on May 28th, 2023. Sri Harihara Desika Swamigal, the head priest of the Madurai Adheenam had made his wishes public with respect to the PM chair in a media interaction before the much controversial opening of the new Parliament Building on Sunday.
PM Modi to continue in his current stature
Sri Harihara Desika Swamigal, the 293rd head priest of Madurai Adheenam backs his wish saying that Modi’s leadership skills are not just restricted within the country but cover the entire world and have made the country proud. His words come in the midst of the golden scepter, the Sengol being installed in the new Parliament building after being handed over to the Prime Minister. The same was announced by Home Minister Amit Shah.
Sengol History and PM Modi
The golden scepter, Sengol was the brainchild of C Rajagopalachari, the first Governor General of independent India to be handed over to PM Nehru by the British Governor General, Lord Mountbatten. Rajaji, the devout Tamil Brahmin, requested the head (seer) of the Shaivite mutt, Thiruvaduthurai Adheenam in Thanjavur district in Tamil Nadu, to arrange for a Chola-period-style Sengol for the historic occasion of the transfer of power from the British to Indians.
The idea however has drawn sharp criticism from the Opposition parties who were looking for an issue frantically to make their presence felt in an otherwise uncontested Parliament. Quite a few opposition parties did boycott the opening ceremony saying that the mace and the opening should be done by the Constitutional Head of the country, President Murmu instead of PM Modi. The opposition is led by the Congress party, from which the PM-elect, Nehru was the one to have been handed over the Sengol for the very first time.
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