Shabbir Ahmed, Bhopal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Madhya Pradesh tomorrow. Preparations for this are almost complete. Helicopter landing rehearsal was done today. MI-16 helicopter was made to land at Lal Parade Ground. At the same time, a no flight zone has been declared within a radius of 3 km from the venue of PM Modi’s program.
Police alert, no flight zone declared
Bhopal police is on alert regarding the security of Prime Minister Modi. No flight zone has been declared within 3 km radius of PM Modi’s venue. Red zone has been declared up to 3 kilometers around Barkatullah University, Rani Kamalapati Railway Station and Motilal Nehru Stadium. There will be a ban on flying any kind of paraglider, drone, hot balloon and other flying objects at all the three places. The ban will remain in force for 2 days i.e. 26 and 27 June. During this, commercial flights will be exempted. Bhopal Police Commissionerate has issued orders in this regard. Legal action will be taken if the order is not followed.
PM Modi will discuss something like this in Shahdol: PM in the throne and people on the cot, talks will be held in typical desi style, will also enjoy the cuisine of tribal region
Will keep an eye on everything
Police will keep an eye on every aspect regarding PM Modi’s visit. More than 4 thousand policemen will be deployed for the security of the Prime Minister. More than two and a half thousand police forces have been called from other districts. Around 100 IPS and State Police Service officers have been given the responsibility. Apart from SPG, Madhya Pradesh ATS, Hawkforce Commandos, Rapid Action Force will be deployed for PM’s security. SPG has taken the venue under its cover. Sensitive areas will be monitored by drones.
Prime Minister Modi will also hold a roadshow in Bhopal tomorrow. Will roam in an open vehicle till the control room 350 meters away from the Raj Bhavan. Two Vande Bharat trains will be flagged off at Rani Kamlapati station. Booth workers will address the conference at Motilal Nehru Stadium. Three helipads each have been built at Lal Parade Ground and BU.
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of Rani Kamalapati station number one platform closed
Platform number one of Rani Kamalapati railway station has been closed for passengers. All trains arriving at one number have been diverted to another platform. Shatabdi Express 5 and Chhattisgarh Express will leave from platform number 3.
Vande Bharat train will be welcomed in Sehore
PM Modi will flag off the Vande Bharat train from Bhopal Rani Kamlapati station on June 27. Sehore has also been included in the inaugural service of Vande Bharat train. Vande Bharat train will also have a stop at Sehore station, which will be welcomed by the guests.
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