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Tight security for CM?s visit

THE DISTRICT administration has completed all preparations for the proposed programme of Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav here on Monday. Elaborate security arrangements have been made and the city has been divided into several zones and 11 sectors. The chopper of the chief minister will land at the airport from where he would go to the BRD Medical College by car to lay the foundation stone of Research Centre for Japanese Encephalitis and then vists epidemic wards.

india Updated: Jan 23, 2006 00:34 IST

THE DISTRICT administration has completed all preparations for the proposed programme of Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav here on Monday.

Elaborate security arrangements have been made and the city has been divided into several zones and 11 sectors. The chopper of the chief minister will land at the airport from where he would go to the BRD Medical College by car to lay the foundation stone of Research Centre for Japanese Encephalitis and then vists epidemic wards.

The chief minister will stay at the medical college for one hour and from here he will proceed to the Narmal School ground to adderess a public meeting. He will inaugurate the 400 KVA power substation at Motiram Adda and many other projects during his three hour stay in the city.

The district administration has deployed 4 SPs, 17-circle officers, 37 police station incharge, 2 sections of the PAC and other force to ensure security during the CM’s visit.

Traffic will be diverted to other routes and district officials conducted rehearsal from the airport to the medical college through Mohiuddinpur and Asuran crossing, to ensure that everything was in right order.

Samajwadi Party activists were leaving no stone unturned to ensure the success of the proposed public meeting of the chief minister. Party leaders had launched a mass contact programme to mobilise the support of people for the public meeting. The district administration conducted inspection of the venue of the public meeting along with other SP leaders.

It may be noted that he public meeting venue has a sizeable minority population. This is being seen as a bid to attract the minority vote bank which had shifted towards other political parties.

Cong flayed

HITTING HARD at the Congress party for eviction of allotted house to Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav in New Delhi, senior Samajwadi Party leader and former MLC Devendra Pratap Singh said the party was discriminating against Samajwadi Party. He said his party would go to the people to tell them about this step-motherly treatment with SP leaders.

First Published: Jan 23, 2006 00:34 IST