Collector Issues Order Regarding PM Modi’s Visit To Bhopal
- PM to inaugurate the newly constructed Ujjain-Fatehabad railway track.
- To launch Ujjain-Indore and Indore-Ujjain MEMU trains.
- To attend the Adivasi Mahasammelan.
Bhopal: On Monday, November 15, the Prime Minister will inaugurate the newly constructed Ujjain-Fatehabad railway section from Bhopal. The visit has put the administration on high alert. As a result, orders have been issued in light of the state’s security situation. The owners of all hotels, lodges, inns, and dhabas will be required to provide the MP Police with complete information about the guests staying. Furthermore, no landlord is instructed to accommodate tenants with prior information to the police.
Even the servants of the house cannot be kept without notifying the station in-charge. The police will also need information about the staff who are already working in the already employed . PM Modi’s VVIP movement has resulted in a slew of critical choices. Avinash Lavania, the Collector of Bhopal, has issued an order in this regard.
The PM will launch Ujjain-Indore and Indore-Ujjain MEMU trains. He will also take part in a number of government-sponsored events in Madhya Pradesh. He will attend the Adivasi Mahasammelan at Jamboree Maidan, which is also being viewed in the context of the BJP’s election preparations in 2023. About 2 lakh tribals from throughout the state are expected to participate in this programme, which is now in the planning stages.