Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugrate Purvanchal Expressway; CM Yogi inspects same

The security system of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is coming to inaugurate the Purvanchal Expressway on November 16. A large number of forces have reached along with many teams of SPG for the security of the PM.

Purvanchal Express is a 340-km long greenfield highway in Uttar Pradesh.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Purvanchal Expressway on Tuesday. On Monday afternoon, just before the PM's program, CM Yogi inspected the venue. Along with this, meeting with the officers gave them instructions. Meanwhile, talking to the media, CM Yogi said that tomorrow (Tuesday) there will be proof of how the government of double engine works. UP has the potential to be the growth engine of India. From this point of view, tomorrow is a very important day.


On the air strip, the CM further said that the Purvanchal Expressway, which is called the backbone of the economy of the Eastern Zone of Uttar Pradesh, will be dedicated to the nation. For the development of 8 crore people of Eastern Uttar Pradesh and for its bright future, the expressway will play a big role. If we see this time of 19 months for the corona call section, then this expressway of 341 km has been completed in 36 months. This expressway will play a major role in connecting the state capital Lucknow to the eastern region in record time. CM Yogi took stock of the public meeting site after landing from the helicopter on the expressway. The CM met the officials and public representatives and gave instructions to make the program a success. Where Additional Chief Secretary, Air Marshal and DM-SP were present with him.


PM's security system is being made impenetrable

The security system of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is coming to inaugurate the Purvanchal Expressway on November 16. A large number of forces have reached along with many teams of SPG for the security of the PM. Many companies of CRPF, BSF, PAC have come to the district. Along with this, thousands of police have reached from non-districts. To make the PM's security system impenetrable, officers of BSF, CRPF and other forces, including DG SN Sawat, are standing on the spot. Force officers are deploying the force by making a blueprint.


10 km radius will remain in the security circle

From the morning of November 16, a radius of about 10 km from the venue will be under security. In view of the program, investigation has been intensified across the district. Police are keeping an eye on the suspects. Police, intelligence agencies have kept an eye on the people visiting hotels and dhabas and surrounding villages. Army agencies are collecting information separately. Police and force have been stationed in different colleges. There is an influx of vehicles in the police line. District Magistrate Ravish Gupta said that elaborate arrangements are being made for the security of the PM. The SPG has taken over the security system of the PM.