Bhopal. On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Indian freedom fighter Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay, BJP is organizing Karyakarta Mahakumbh today on 25th September at Jamboree Ground in Bhopal. PM Modi will participate in this program and address the workers. Preparations are on to include more than 10 lakh workers in this big event to be held before the legislative elections. Preparations regarding their arrangements have been completed. Huge tents and posters have been put up in the Jamboree grounds. During PM Modi’s stay in Bhopal, the security arrangements have been tightened and the time has been fixed.
This is the schedule
The time table for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bhopal has been released, according to which the plane will depart from Delhi for Bhopal airport by IAF BBJ at 09:35 in the morning. PM will arrive at Bhopal airport at 10:55 am. After this, at 11:00, Modi will leave from the airport by MI 17 helicopter for the helipad Jamboree Ground. PM will arrive at Helipad Jamboree Ground at 11:20. From where it will depart from the helipad Jamboree Ground at 11:25 for the venue Jamboree Ground. Who will reach the venue at 11:30. There will be a public meeting here from 11:30-12:30 pm. Then at 12:35 pm PM Modi will leave from the venue for the helipad Jamboree ground. Where they will reach at 12:40 and will leave for Bhopal airport from Jamboree helipad at 12:45 by MI 17 helicopter. After reaching Bhopal airport at 13:05, the aircraft will leave for Jaipur Rajasthan from the airport by IAF BBJ at 13:10.
Yellow rice given from door to door
At the Mahakumbh of BJP workers at the Jamboree Maidan on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make the workers take a pledge to ensure victory for the BJP in the upcoming elections. To involve more and more citizens in this event, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang on Sunday invited the workers by distributing yellow rice from door to door in Narela Assembly. On this occasion, under the leadership of Minister Sarang, BJP workers from Karond to Sanjeev Nagar took out a Chalo Jamboori Maidan public awareness rally to invite citizens to the Mahakumbh. Minister Sarang said that the workers are very excited about the arrival of the Prime Minister. Yellow rice and invitation cards have been distributed in all the 17 wards of Narela Assembly.
Holidays in many schools today
There will be a holiday in many private schools of the city on Monday. The school administration is giving information to parents through messages. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is arriving in Bhopal on Monday, 25 September. Due to this, holiday has been declared in many schools. Not only this, half yearly examinations have also been postponed in many schools. In fact, many roads of the city will remain diverted upon the arrival of Prime Minister Modi. Due to this most of the schools were kept closed. Although no official holiday of any kind has been declared by the education department, the decision has been taken by school operators due to heavy traffic.
All types of drones banned within a radius of three kilometers
The police have checked hotels, dhabas, dharamshalas and other public places in the city before the PM’s arrival. Keeping in view the security arrangements of VVIPs, flying of all types of drones, paragliders, hot balloons and all other types of flying objects has been banned within a radius of three kilometers from the venue Jamboree Ground. Strict action will be taken against those who violate this order. On Sunday, police and security agencies rehearsed with the carcade.
3 thousand police personnel and 30 IPS officers will take command of security
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is arriving in Bhopal today on Monday. The police have completed preparations for security arrangements for the arrival of the PM. On Sunday, DGP Sudhir Kumar Saxena reached the venue and took stock of the security arrangements. Apart from DGP Sudhir Saxena, ADG Intelligence Adarsh Katiyar and Bhopal Police Commissioner Harinarayan Chari Mishra were prominently present during the review of security arrangements. Also gave necessary guidelines. PM Modi will reach the venue by helicopter, but in case of heavy rain, he will be taken to the Jamboree grounds by road.
Three-tier security cover for PM
On Sunday, the police also conducted a rehearsal with the carcade from the State Hangar to the Jamboree Ground. A three-tier security cordon has been created for the security of Prime Minister Modi. The PM will be protected first by SPG commandos, followed by ATMS and Central Intelligence Agency and Central Paramilitary Force personnel. Police personnel will be deployed outside for security arrangements. Entry drones will also be deployed for surveillance. In the security arrangements, 2 IGs, 5 DIGs, 30 IPS officers, 45 Additional Superintendents of Police and about 70 DSPs have been deployed. 3 thousand soldiers and police officers and employees will be present for external security.