PM Narendra Modi to visit Odisha’s Sambalpur today; Security tightened

The security arrangements have been tightened in Sambalpur ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the city today.

Sambalpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Odisha for his Sambalpur visit today which is on Saturday. All preparations are being finalized for today which is on Saturday.

The security arrangements have been tightened in Sambalpur ahead of the PM Modi”s visit. According to sources, a total of 74 platoon forces have been deployed across the city and four to five platoon forces is on reserve.

Two range IGs, four SPs, seven Commandants along with 250 police officers are in charge of security on February 3.

According to sources, the Prime Minister will leave New New Delhi in the afternoon and arrive at Jharsuguda airport, and from there he will board a special Indian Air Force aircraft to Sambalpur.

Prime Minister will arrive at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Sambalpur at 2.15 pm to inaugurate the permanent campus. Later he would address a public meeting at Remed Ground.

IIM and Remed, where the Prime Minister is visiting, has been declared a no-fly zone. Flying of drones has also been restricted. Those who are invited to the program in IIM need to arrive before 11.30 am while those who are to attend the Remed program should be there by 1 PM, said Sambalpur SP Mukesh Bhamu.

All the attendees will be checked thoroughly before they are allowed to enter. No one is allowed to bring a water bottle inside the premises of the program, water is provided inside. Remed will have 2 entry points for general public access and a large parking lot has been constructed near the venue. Along with that, 2 more parking areas have been made keeping in mind the number of people that might attend the program.

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