PM Modi visits Varanasi Cm Yogi arrived in Varanasi to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kashi. He will check the preparations again

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Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Wed, July 14, 2021 8:45 PM IST

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Because of the corona infection, the prime minister is coming to Varanasi for the first time in such a long time. Before completing preparations for Prime Minister Modi’s arrival, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also reached Varanasi for review late Wednesday evening.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath in Varanasi.
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Varanasi on Thursday for a one-day visit. Before completing preparations for Prime Minister Modi’s arrival, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also reached Varanasi for review late Wednesday evening. The Chief Minister will rest the night at the Circuit House. Before the Prime Minister’s arrival in Varanasi on Thursday morning, he will visit and see the arrangements for the decoration and cleanliness of the city.The Prime Minister had previously come to Varanasi on Tuesday and took stock of the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival. He had given the officers many instructions on safety and other precautions. Let’s announce that the prime minister is coming to Varanasi for the first time after such a long hiatus due to corona infection. On November 30th, the Prime Minister had come to Varanasi for the great Dev Deepawali event and while visiting the water he saw the light and sound show in Sarnath along with the splendor of Dev Deepawali.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister Rajatalab-Hadia had given Sixlane as a present. Although the Prime Minister did not come to Kashi afterwards because of a corona infection, he continued to connect virtually to the people of his parliamentary constituency. During his visit to Varanasi on Thursday, PM Modi will unveil projects worth Rs.1,583 billion, including the Rudraksh Convention Center, a symbol of friendship between Japan and India. In addition to addressing the public session during the five-hour stay in Kashi, the Prime Minister will also take part in two separate dialogues.

The security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who inaugurates and lays the foundation stone, will be impenetrable. Up to 21 IPS and over 10,000 staff, including NSG commandos and paramilitary forces under the Prime Minister’s five-tier security, were deployed at the venue.At the fleet test on Wednesday, the SPG completed the preparations. Security is so high that four to five snipers are stationed on the roofs of skyscrapers and houses as they pass the road from Sampurnanand Sanskrit University to the Rudraksh Convention Center in Sigra. In addition to the cordoning off at the turning point of this route, police personnel were deployed at various points. In a way, the fort was closed. Several houses were also searched by the security forces.

During the briefing of the security forces in the police line, the police superintendent gave strict instructions on duty. On the other hand, the police superintendent, Rural Amit Verma, who was in charge of security from Babatpur Airport to Shivpur, also informed the troops on the lawn in Harhua and instructed them to do their duty immediately.

The SPG officers circled several times from morning to evening to create security loopholes around Babatpur Airport to Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Sigra and the public meeting point at the BHU.

The security at the venue of the public meeting on the sports field of the IIT BHU was divided into several phases. In front of the IIT Gymkhana, two gates will be given to the public as well as the media and workers, while the Prime Minister and other VVIPs will enter the IIT sports field from the gate near the agricultural farm complex. In the afternoon, SPG officers and Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh prepared the site of the troops present.

Commandos and paramilitary forces will be present in the D block in front of the stage. Sharp policemen and jaws in plain disguise are prepared in every gallery of the public gathering. Each BHU gate can also be closed prior to PM’s arrival. The gates are only opened for patient vehicles.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Varanasi on Thursday for a one-day visit. Before completing preparations for Prime Minister Modi’s arrival, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also reached Varanasi for review late Wednesday evening. The Chief Minister will rest the night at the Circuit House. Before the Prime Minister’s arrival in Varanasi on Thursday morning, he will visit and see the arrangements for the decoration and cleanliness of the city.

The Prime Minister had previously come to Varanasi on Tuesday and took stock of the preparations for the Prime Minister’s arrival. He had given the officers many instructions on safety and other precautions. Let’s announce that the prime minister is coming to Varanasi for the first time after such a long hiatus due to corona infection. On November 30th, the Prime Minister had come to Varanasi for the great Dev Deepawali event and while visiting the water he saw the light and sound show in Sarnath along with the splendor of Dev Deepawali.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister Rajatalab-Hadia had given Sixlane as a present. Although the Prime Minister did not come to Kashi afterwards because of a corona infection, he continued to connect virtually to the people of his parliamentary constituency. During his visit to Varanasi on Thursday, PM Modi will unveil projects worth Rs.1,583 billion, including the Rudraksh Convention Center, a symbol of friendship between Japan and India. In addition to addressing the public session during the five-hour stay in Kashi, the Prime Minister will also take part in two separate dialogues.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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