Mahendragarh Narnaul News:Prime Minister Manohar Lal’s public dialogue program offers an insight into the traditional and rural environment. All food and drink arrangements will be entirely traditional. In typical Haryanvi style, the chief minister is warmly welcomed by the turbaned villagers. In all these places, instead of sofas and chairs, arrangements were made for the prime minister and all guests on the stage with traditional idols. In the summer season, guests can also try rabri, which is said to be the most popular dish of southern Haryana. In some places, instead of traditional-style tents, thatched roofs are erected on the stage by the villagers.
And the main stage was decorated with cow dung and mud paste. Water pots for drinking water are placed everywhere. In addition, the Prime Minister will also celebrate the birthday of the children who have their birthday on that day with these children on the stage. The administration also informed the children about this after receiving a list from the Sarpanch and BDPO of the village. Deputy Commissioner Monika Gupta visited the site on Tuesday and reviewed ongoing preparations related to the Prime Minister’s public dialogue programme.
This will be the prime minister’s schedule in the district
Day 1 : On May 24th at 8:50 am Rajendra Park takes off by helicopter from Helipad Chandigarh. The helicopter will land at 10:20 a.m. on the helipad set up in the village round. A public dialogue will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Primary Health Center in the village of Schoss. From there, workers arrive at Munshiram’s residence from 12:05 to 12:25 p.m. to have tea in the village for 20 minutes. Then at 12:25 we reach Nizampur village by road. From 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the grounds of the gymnasium, people’s complaints will be heard in public dialogue. Workers will have lunch at Mohar Singh’s home from 2:35pm to 3:15pm. From there, he will reach Moosanauta Village at 3:15 p.m. and conduct a public dialogue on the grounds of the village’s Government Senior Secondary School from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. In the same village, the workers will go to Krishna Kumar’s house, participate in the tea program and after a 20-minute break, they will reach the city of Nangal Chowdhary. Only overnight arrangements will be made in Nangal Chowdhary.
Day 2: The next day, May 25, it will depart at 9:40 am and reach Dhani Bathota at 10:00 am. There will be a public dialogue with the people in the knowledge center for one and a half hours. Afterwards, in the village itself, Naresh Kumar will take part in the tea program at the Sarpanch residence for 20 minutes. Depart from there at 11:55 am and reach Mandalana village. From 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. there will be a public dialogue at the knowledge center in Mandalana. Krishna Kumar will have lunch at Sarpanch’s house in this village. From there he will leave for the village of Simha at 3 p.m. From 3:20 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. there will be a public dialogue on the premises of the Government Senior Secondary School. From there Daugda Ahir will arrive and stay overnight in the same village after the meeting until 18:00 in the evening.
Day 3 : On June 26th, Daungda will leave Ahir at 9:50 am and reach Nangal Sirohi village after a 10-minute drive. From 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. a public dialogue will take place on the premises of the CHC. The workers then remain in Dinesh’s residence for 20 minutes for the tea program. From this village, they walk to Bawaniya Village and have a public dialogue at the sports field from 12:20 to 13:50. In this village, workers will have lunch at Sanjeev Kumar’s residence. After lunch we leave at 2:30pm and after reaching the village Satnali will hold a public dialogue at the community center from 3:10pm to 4:40pm. Then there is former minister Prof. Will attend the tea program at Rambila Sharma’s residence. From here, CM convoy will arrive at Satnali built helipad at 17:25 and CM will reach Safdarjung Airport New Delhi at 18:00 by helicopter.
During the Prime Minister’s visit, the use of UAVs will be banned
District Judge Monika Gupta issued an order imposing Section 144 and a total flight ban on UAVs within a three-kilometer radius during Prime Minister Manohar Lal’s visit May 24-26. The district collector has clarified in the orders that during Prime Minister Manohar Lal’s May 24-26 visit, there will be a ban on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs such as drones, gliders, remotely piloted aircraft, flying cameras) on landing and takeoff. Krishna Nagar, Balaha Kalan, God, Nizampur, Musnauta, Nangal Chowdhary, Dhani Bathotha, Mandlana, Simha, Daungada Ahir, Nangal Sirohi, Bawania and Satnali areas have been declared temporary red zones. This order does not apply to police and officers on duty. do not apply specifically to UAVs of the Haryana Police, Army or Union of India Air Force. The Superintendent of Police must enforce the orders. Any violation of these orders will be severely punished under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.