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Tunnels to link PM, VP homes to new Parliament building

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 3 March 2021
The concept behind the tunnels is simple enough: If VIP movement could be insulated from the buzz and bustle of Parliament, there would be fewer interruptions as when carcades move in and out of the complex. If the VIP passages were underground, they would be, quite simply, out of the way.
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