- PM Modi is reaching Aligarh, will lay the foundation stone of projects
- Will lay the foundation stone of Raja Mahendra Pratap University being built in Lodha
- Will review progress of Defense Corridor Aligarh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University at Lodha in Aligarh on Tuesday. He will review the progress of Aligarh Defense Corridor to be built in Andla. Before the program to be held on Tuesday in Lodha area, on Monday, CM Yogi Adityanath inspected and took stock of the arrangements. Along with this, the Chief Minister, after meeting with the police administrative officers, reviewed the program and security arrangements and gave necessary instructions.
According to the information, PM Narendra Modi will reach Lodha helipad at 11:30 am. After reaching the venue from the helipad, he will visit the exhibition model of Uttar Pradesh Defense Industrial Corridor Aligarh node and Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh University. Along with this, there will be a reception of the Prime Minister on the stage.
Yogi inspected on foot
On Monday, while walking from the helipad, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inspected the pandals, stage, safe house. Along with this, information was taken from the police administrative officers about the arrangements for the preparations for the program. Visited the safe house and visited the exhibition and model of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University.
5000 security personnel will be engaged in the security system
Strict security arrangements have been made from ground to sky for the Prime Minister’s rally to be held in Lodha on Tuesday. Five thousand security personnel including IPS will be deployed in the security system. SSP Kalanidhi Naithani said that during the meeting of the Prime Minister, 6 super zones, 16 zones, 37 sectors have been made for security arrangements. 6 IPS officers in super zone, ASP in 16 zones, police force under the leadership of CO will be deployed in 37 sectors. Five thousand police personnel including a dozen IPS officers, 25 ASPs, 60 COs, 150 inspectors will be deployed in the entire security system.
Defense study will be included in the syllabus: Deputy CM
State Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma said that along with skill education, defense study would also be included in the syllabus of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh Raj University for the first time. He said that Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh was also a social reformer. A new direction can be given to the society by following his ideals.
Alert issued in entire district
Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Singh has issued a high alert in the district regarding PM’s visit. The Prime Minister is to visit Aligarh on Tuesday. In this sequence, a special checking campaign was conducted on Monday under the direction of Additional Commissioner of Police Law and Order Luv Kumar. In the presence of hundreds of policemen including ACP Rajneesh Verma and DCP Rajesh S, a search operation was conducted keeping in mind the security in the hotels, squares, streets and people were interrogated.
Police guard has also been increased at all the entrances of the city. Regarding the security arrangements, the Additional Commissioner of Police inspected the sensitive areas of the city. Two wheelers and four wheelers were stopped and searched. People were questioned when anything suspicious was found. The Commissioner of Police has alerted all the police officers and station in-charges of the district in view of the security arrangements.