Gajwel prepares to welcome Modi tomorrow

All arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Gajwel visit scheduled on August 7 are in place. The PM will launch the Mission Bhagiratha scheme during his visit.

District administration, for the past week, has put up a base at Gajwel for overseeing the arrangements for PM’s visit. Irrigation minister T Harish Rao, district collector Ronald Rose, chief secretary Rajiv Sharma and DGP Anurag Sharma are supervising the works.

Launching the Mission Bhagiratha
The Prime Minister, during his Medak tour along with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, will turn on the tap as an indicator of inauguration of the Bhagiratha scheme at the Mission Bhagiratha head works campus at Komatibanda Hills in Gajwel.

Later, Modi will lay foundation for NTPC’s 1,600 MW power station, and FCIL fertilizer plant at Ramagundem, Warangal Kaloji Narayanrao University of Health & Sciences and Manoharabad-Kothapally railway route.

Preparations are being made at Komati Hills for Modi’s public meeting. A seating capacity for about two lakh people is being arranged in around 80 acres.

Commandos of Special Protection Group are examining the arrangements made by the district administration and have taken the meeting platform under their control.

The overall arrangements are being supervised by minister T Harish Rao on Thursday, who held a meeting with party workers in Siddipet, Medak and Gajwel to mobilise people for the PM’s public meeting. The district administration has installed as many as 40 CCTV cameras to avoid any untoward incident. The CCTV cameras will keep an eye on the traffic issues and also maintain a vigil on opposition protests.

Source: The New Indian Express

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