PM to attend Birsa Munda Tribal Conference with 3 lakh tribals

Bhopal: PM Narendra Modi will arrive in Bhopal on November 15 to attend the Bhagwan Birsa Munda Tribal Conference. The event is set to be attended by about 3 lakh tribals from all over Madhya Pradesh. PM Modi will be present on stage for more than 1 hour for which 5 domes are being constructed at the Jamburi ground. Large pandals have also been prepared for the tribals to sit. Curtains are being installed in them. About 300 workers have been engaged in this work for a week.

On the other hand, the state government is spending Rs 16 crore for the programme, out of which Rs 13 crore will be spent only on the programme to be held at Jamburi ground. PM Modi is also scheduled to inaugurate the newly constructed Habibganj railway station during his visit. Apart from PM Modi, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, only a few leaders will sit on the main stage. More than 100 screens are being installed at the venue to enable all those involved in the event to listen to PM Modi.

State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has said that there will be strong security arrangements for the event and police force will be there from outside and security arrangements are being SPG. CM Shivraj will also inspect the venue at 5 pm. More than 5000 policemen, including 30 senior officers, will be deployed in PM Modi's security arrangements. In view of PM Modi's security, Bhopal police have started collecting information about outsiders staying in hotels. Moreover, tenants are being verified by forming a team of 4-4 policemen in several police stations to make a list of tenants living in the house. In 8 days, policemen have found more than 6,000 tenants.

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