Before the start of the budget session, a new system will be implemented for the entry of spectators, without this there will be no entry. - Newztezz Online

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Before the start of the budget session, a new system will be implemented for the entry of spectators, without this there will be no entry.


For entry, on reaching the Parliament, first of all the QR code will have to be approved there, then after checking it, biometric of the audience will be done at the reception and photograph will be taken. While leaving, the spectators will have to return the smart card. If any visitor does not submit the card, then that visitor will be automatically blacklisted and he will never be allowed to enter the Parliament complex in the future.

The budget session of Parliament is about to begin. This is the last budget session of this tenure of Modi government. It is believed that this session will start from January 31. Since this is going to be the last Parliament session of the second term of the Modi government, many important issues can be discussed in this session. It is being told that in this session, a new arrangement has been implemented for the entry of spectators into the Parliament House complex.

After the lapse in security of the House during the winter session of Parliament, new rules have come into effect for checking visitors during the budget session. These rules are much stricter than the old rules and they will be implemented equally strictly. According to the information, Parliament personnel have been instructed not to take photographs or make videos in the Parliament House complex. Such activities are prohibited under security protocols.

What are the new rules

The visitors will first have to apply online to visit Parliament and after its approval, a QR code will be given on their phone which will come on the mobile.

Spectators will have to bring the printout of the QR code received on their mobile with them. Along with this, the viewer will also have to bring his Aadhar card.

For entry, on reaching the Parliament, first of all the QR code will have to be approved there, then after checking it, biometric of the audience will be done at the reception and photograph will be taken.

After this the visitor will be issued a smart card for the visitors gallery. To enter the spectator gallery, the smart card will have to be tapped and there will be a biometric check, only after that the barrier will open.

While leaving, the spectators will have to return the smart card. If any visitor does not submit the card, then that visitor will be automatically blacklisted and he will never be allowed to enter the Parliament complex in the future.

Additionally, MPs have been asked to apply for their visitor's passes at least three working days in advance so that police verification can take place.

Even for the interim budget on February 1, applications for entry into the audience gallery can be made till 4 pm on January 31. MPs were asked to apply for only one pass for the visitors' gallery for the day.

In this, priority will be given to the spouses of MPs. Once the passes are completed as per the capacity of the spectator gallery, further passes will be stopped immediately.

MPs have been asked to apply for gallery passes for the interim budget only online.

There was a major security lapse in Parliament on 13 December

On December 13, 2023, there was a major security breach in the Lower House of Parliament when two people present in the audience gallery jumped inside the Lok Sabha amid the ongoing proceedings and created a ruckus. Also, the entire Parliament was destroyed with color bombs. This attack happened on the same day that Parliament was attacked exactly 22 years ago on this day in 2001. This security lapse happened when two people jumped into the House from the audience gallery during the Zero Hour of the Lok Sabha.

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