Security tightened in Mumbai in view of Prime Minister’s visit
Instructions for early leave to employees of shopkeepers and other offices
Drone flying banned around Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex
Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on Mumbai tour today. Here he is going to give many gifts to Mumbai. Tight security arrangements have been made in view of the Prime Minister’s visit. Prime Minister Modi’s program is at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai. Because of which, in view of the traffic restrictions, the Mumbai Police has advised offices and other establishments located in the area to allow their employees to go home early. An official said that the police have asked the establishments located in the area to inform the police about any suspicious activity, suspicious e-mail or hacking etc. immediately.
Let us tell you that during his visit to Mumbai, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of projects worth more than Rs 38,000 crore. Along with this, PM will dedicate Metro Rail Line 2A and 7 to the country. The Prime Minister’s program will be held at the MMRDA ground in Bandra Kurla Complex.
Read- PM Modi will visit Maharashtra and Karnataka today, will give a gift of ₹ 49600 crore, will do roadshow in Mumbai
security system in place
Regarding traffic, the official said that due to traffic restrictions in the area, the BKC police have advised the offices located in the area to give early leave to their employees on Thursday. He said that the police have instructed the offices located in the area to provide the list of security personnel of their premises and also verify them.
The police have also asked the establishments to see whether the CCTV cameras installed by them are working or not. In view of Prime Minister Modi’s visit, flying of any object, including drones, paragliders, will not be allowed in Mumbai’s BKC and surrounding areas from noon to midnight. There will be a huge cordon of security around the venue. Mumbai Police has also tightened the system regarding traffic. (with input from language)
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 19, 2023, 17:57 IST