Narendra Modi on first Kerala visit as Prime Minister, human sea at Thrissur Thekinkadu Maidanam.
Narendra Modi on first Kerala visit as Prime Minister, showing up in the state as the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi will address a BJP open meeting at Thekkinkad Maidan on Monday. The Special Protection Group (SPG) has made a solid security spread around the coliseum.
As per police, around 2,000 officers headed by 5 SPs, 16 DySPs, 35 CIs and 165 SIs will further help the security. About two lakh individuals are relied upon to go to general society meeting, BJP head honchos said.
In the interim, according to a SPG ask for the stage had been moved from its proposed area at the Southern tower of Vadakkumnathan sanctuary to Naikkanal.
Noticeable religious pioneers like Thrissur Arch Bishop Andrews Thazhath and Kodungallur Cheraman Masjid Maulvi have additionally been welcome to the capacity. After the capacity, the PM will leave Thrissur by street by means of Karukutty, Aluva, Paravoor and to the destination in Kochi - Wellington island.
SNDP general secretary Vellapally Natesan said on Sunday that the state Congress administration has no ethical right to express disappointment over maintaining a strategic distance from Chief Minister Oommen Chandy from the R Sankar statue disclosing, as it is not a "Congress capacity."
"We are not divulging the statue of Congress pioneer R Sankar, however of a pioneer who had given his life for the upliftment of Ezhavas. It was the Congress who plotted against R Sankar when he was the CM. Presently, they have been regretting over the exclusion of the CM. I might want to say that it is not a Congress capacity," said Vellapally.