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PM Modi Uttarakhand Rally: PM Modi will come to Haldwani

13 Superintendents of Police, 10 ASPs, 30 Deputy SPs, 58 Inspectors, 278 Sub Inspectors, 25 Women Sub Inspectors, 35 Head Constables, 800 constables, 30 women constables, 30 traffic constables, eight companies, two platoons engaged in PAC security duty for the Prime Minister’s public meeting. Has been.

Security is being monitored from the sky to the ground for the public meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The public meeting place has been converted into a police cantonment. To make the stage security impenetrable, 50 SPG commandos have taken the front.

Police guard on roofs and houses
Under the supervision of DGP Ashok Kumar 13 Superintendents of Police, 10 ASPs, 30 Deputy SPs, 58 Inspectors, 278 Sub Inspectors, 25 Women Sub Inspectors, 35 Head Constables, 800 Constables, 30 Women Constables, Traffic K 30 constables, eight company two platoons have been deployed in PAC security duty. Only the force of the force is visible on the roads. Roofs and houses around the grounds have been guarded by the police.

lay the foundation stone of schemes worth Rs. 17547 crore. Soldiers equipped with state-of-the-art weapons and telescopes have been deployed on the roofs. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other VIPs will enter from opposite MB Inter College Gate. The route from Kulyalpura Tiraha to MB Inter College has been made VVIP. The general public will not enter through this route. Common people will enter through the road adjacent to the degree college.

The police have closed the shops falling on the way to MB Inter College and put a white curtain on them. Similarly, shops on Aerodrome Road have been closed. These shops have also been veiled.

Watch social media
The police is also monitoring the social media for three days. After seeing someone’s comment, the police is immediately calling him for questioning.


Canals coming around the public meeting place have also been tested with anti-sebotose. On Wednesday, the police along with teams of the forest department carried out a cabbing in the forests of Rampur Road and Chorgalia area to trace the suspects.

There will be no laxity in duty: In the
meeting held in the Commissioner Municipal Corporation, Commissioner Deepak Rawat instructed the officers engaged in the public meeting of the Prime Minister to discharge the duty with responsibilities. Also said that laxity will not be taken under any circumstances. He said that all the magistrates should inspect their place of posting. Share the phone number with the in-charges and officers with you.

Make sure to deploy staff along with toilets and water around the venue and in parking lots. District in-charge Minister Yatiswaranand, Urban Development Minister Banshidhar Bhagat, DIG Nilesh Anand Bharne, DM Dhiraj Garbyal, Senior Superintendent of Police Pankaj Bhatt, Mayor Jogendra Rautela, Managing Director Narendra Singh Bhandari, Chief Development Officer Dr. Sandeep Tiwari etc. were present in the meeting.

Chief Secretary visited
Chief Secretary SS Sandhu also inspected the venue. He directed the officers that taking the program seriously, all necessary arrangements should be made on time.

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