Rewa, an MP, prepares to welcome Prime Minister Modi on April 24
Bhopal, April 20 (IANS) Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa district – the land of white tigers – is preparing to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he is set to address a massive rally in the polled state on April 24.
Establishing security arrangements with a heavy deployment of police personnel. Besides, a “no-fly” zone alert has been issued in the vicinity of the helipad located in the outer circle of the city.
Dilapidated roads are being repaired in the city leading to SAF land where the Prime Minister is scheduled to address the assembly on the occasion of ‘Raj Panchayati Day’ (24 April).
Rewa District Collector Pratibha Pal, who has recently taken charge, is reviewing the preparations.
During his visit, Prime Minister Modi is set to lay the foundation stone of the Rs 7,573 crore ‘Jal Jeevan Mission’ project. The project aims to provide potable water to Rewa District, Siddhi and Satna. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister is also expected to provide homes to 4.11 thousand beneficiaries under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY – Reef).
He is set to inaugurate the redevelopment works of the Indore and Gwalior railway stations and announce three new commuter trains – Rewa-Itwari cross-Chhindwara commuter train, Chhindwara-Ninepur commuter train and Ninepur-Chhindwara commuter train, according to the state government.
This will be Prime Minister Modi’s second visit to the country in a month. The last time, he had reached Bhopal in April and hoisted the flag of the Vande Bharat train bound from Bhopal to New Delhi.
Reviewing the preparations ahead of the arrival of the chief minister, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said, “It will be a historic day for the state. He asked people to join the program virtually.”