Tamil NaduPM Modi to visit Chennai May 26 Drones will not be allowed...

PM Modi to visit Chennai May 26 Drones will not be allowed to fly, 5 layers of security

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Chennai tomorrow to inaugurate 11 public welfare projects worth Rs 31,400 crore.

Chennai: Prime Minister Modi will arrive in Chennai on the 26th (Thursday) for a one-day visit. At the event, which will be held at the Chennai Nehru Indoor Stadium, he will launch various projects, including new projects of the National Highways Department and new projects of the Railway Department.

The flight will leave Hyderabad tomorrow evening and arrive at Chennai Old Airport at 5.10 pm. Later, he takes off by helicopter, arrives at INS Adyar and arrives at Nehru Stadium by car.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium at 5.45 pm and will perform there till 7 pm. At the event, he will launch 11 public welfare schemes worth Rs 31,400 crore.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivers a keynote address at the launch of these projects. The ceremony is being held in the presence of Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi. First Minister MK Stalin addresses the gathering.

After the show, Nehru will leave the indoor stadium at 7.05 am and reach Chennai Airport at 7.35 am. Then from there at 7.40 am the Indian Air Force IAF. PBJ takes a flight to Delhi at 10.25 pm.

It is said that First Minister MK Stalin will submit a petition to the Prime Minister coming to Chennai regarding various demands related to Tamil Nadu.

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Meanwhile, with the arrival of Prime Minister Modi, 5 layers of security are to be set up in Chennai with 22 thousand policemen. Drones have been banned from flying in Chennai.

It has been warned that stern action will be taken if the ban is not violated. Police are on high alert at major railway stations and bus stands in Chennai.

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