Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Tamil Nadu and Kerala on Sunday, and can inaugurate several development projects in the 2 poll-bound States.
“Tomorrow, 14th February, will be in Chennai (Tamil Nadu) and Kochi (Kerala). Numerous development works would be launched that would add speed to fulfilling the vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat. The projects will boost ‘Ease of Living’ for our citizens,” Mr. Modi tweeted in English, Malayalam and Tamil from his official deal with.
The Prime Minister is predicted to be in Chennai earlier than 11.15 a.m., when the primary official occasion is slated to start. Following this, he’ll attain Kochi to put the inspiration stone and dedicate varied initiatives to the nation at round 3.30 p.m. He shall be accompanied by the respective Chief Ministers and Governors, and the Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas in Kochi.
Here are the most recent updates:
11.30 am | Chennai
PM Modi welcomed by enthusiastic crowd
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium in Chennai to unveil a number of key initiatives for the State. He is welcomed with conventional nadaswaram music. The crowd, following social distancing in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, welcomed the PM enthusiastically.
11 am | Chennai
No black flags, ensures police
As PM Modi’s occasion nears, police is guaranteeing that nobody is carrying balck contained in the inauguration venue or in the route of PM’s car.
Earlier in April 2018, when the Prime Minister visited Chennai, he was welcomed by hundreds of black balloons with the phrases ‘Modi Go Back’ printed on them. Black flags had been hoisted on the homes of opposition leaders and hundreds of cadre as nicely.
10.30 am | Chennai
PM Modi arrives in Chennai
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plane has arrived in Chennai as per schedule.
Mr. Modi will hand over to the Army the state-of-the-art the Arjun tank, which has been indigenously designed and developed, and manufactured by the Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment, DRDO together with 15 educational establishments, eight labs and a number of other MSMEs, it famous.
He may even inaugurate the Chennai Metro Rail Phase-I extension, accomplished at a price of ₹3,770 crore, and fee passenger providers from Washermenpet to Wimco Nagar. – PTI
Anti-drone jammers a part of safety blanket for PM Modi’s Chennai go to
Security businesses have put in anti-drone jammers at vantage factors as a part of an elaborate safety association for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will be visiting Chennai on Sunday to launch varied initiatives. The Prime Minister is scheduled to remain for about three hours in the town earlier than continuing to Kochi.
After an advance safety liaison assembly involving the Special Protection, Chennai Police, State intelligence and different law-enforcing businesses, safety officers determined to put in anti-drone jammers at Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, venue of the official programme, and different strategic places en route alongside the convoy route.
Security stepped up in Chennai forward of PM’s go to
The police are making elaborate safety preparations forward of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to the town to participate in a public programme on Sunday.
“We have made all necessary security arrangements for the rally. We are going to put in place a four-layer security set-up and deploy 6,000 police personnel from the city police and its special units. Adequate security arrangements will be made to protect the helipad, dais, public space and its surrounding areas,” a senior police officer stated.
Five unions to boycott BPCL mission launch by Modi
Workers affiliated to 5 unions will boycott the inauguration of the Propylene Derivatives Petrochemicals Project at Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL) by Prime Minister Narendra Modi right here on Sunday in protest in opposition to the disinvestment of the public-sector firm.
The unions stated in a launch right here on Friday that the inauguration of the mission regardless of the beginning of manufacturing in the vegetation is geared toward cashing in on the Assembly election due in the State. The staff affiliated to Cochin Refineries Workers’ Association (CITU); Cochin Refineries Employees Association (INTUC); Refinery Employees Union (KR); Kochi Refinery General Construction Workers Union (CITU); and Kochi Refinery General Construction Workers Congress (INTUC) will boycott the programme.
The unions alleged that the Prime Minister was adopting double requirements by dedicating a mission to the nation whereas going forward with its disinvestment course of. The Union Budget had reiterated that the sale can be full in the 2021-22 monetary 12 months, it stated.