The chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's home town-Rohtak ia all set to host two big events--Kejriwal rally and PWD employees's Aakrosh rally here on Sunday.
Anticipating huge turnout in both the events, the administration and police department have made elaborate security arrangements to maintain law and order.
Police spokesperson said that more than 500 police personnel have been called from outside the district to keep a vigil on both the rallies.
Five deputy superintendents have been entrusted the task of keeping a tab on all movement. The event has caught much fancy as former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who resigned after ruling for 49 days, would launch the national campaign of Lok Sabha polls from Rohtak.
Established political supremos have set their eyes on the response Kejriwal's rally would get at the rally organised at Sector 6 ground here.
Meanwhile, PWD employees had given a call to assemble at HUDA complex here against state government's failure to remove pay anomalies. They had threatened to gherao chief minister's local residence at the end of the rally. Heavy police force had been deployed in the town especially outside chief minister's residence to thwart any untoward situation.