When we will ask for our share from the working people of the world, not just one farm, not one country, we will ask for the whole world. You must have read or heard these lines. If you do not listen, then we tell that this famous Nazm is written by Faiz Ahmed Faiz. The world may have been created by God, but it has been changed and fabricated by the workers. Such works which we and you can only imagine in dreams, they can easily reach the end with their two hands. The Taj Mahal of Agra, which is also considered by many to be a symbol of love. But as much as there is talk of its beauty, the stories of its making are also discussed. There are many myths about the construction of the Taj Mahal. It is said that no other building like this beautiful building built in the memory of Mumtaz was built, so Shah Jahan had the hands of the artisans cut off. About 20 thousand laborers contributed in making the Taj Mahal. And its work lasted for about 22 years. But the contribution of the workers who contributed to its construction or played a role in the construction of other historical heritage is never remembered because no one has any information about them. But for the first time in history, a digital archive will be created to remember the contribution of the workers.
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You all must have seen some pictures in which the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi was seen visiting the construction site of the new Parliament building. On his return to India after a three-day tour from America, PM Modi suddenly reached the construction site of the new Parliament building on Sunday. The PM took stock of the ongoing construction work there. The construction of the new Parliament building is expected to be completed by the second half of next year. Official sources said Modi inspected the construction work and interacted with the people involved in it.
Regular health check-up of people working on site
According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), he also directed the officials to conduct regular health check-ups and vaccinate the workers employed at the site. While inspecting the work at the project site, PM Modi also talked to the workers present there. PM Modi inquired about his well being and told him that he is engaged in a sacred and historic work.
Certificate will be given along with making a digital museum
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a digital archive will be created to recognize the contribution of the workers working for the construction of the new Parliament House. It will have the names and photographs of all the workers so that it is always remembered that they contributed in the construction of this Parliament. On behalf of the PMO, it was said that after the construction of Parliament, all workers would also be given a certificate for their participation.
PM arenarendramodi stated that after the new Parliament is ready, a digital archive for all construction workers engaged at the site must be set-up, which should reflect their personal details including their name, place they belong to and picture as a tribute to their efforts.
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) September 27, 2021 .