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PM Modi to visit Tamil Nadu for second time in 5 days tomorrow LS Election
PM Modi in Madurai last week/ courtesy: Facebook

PM Modi to visit Tamil Nadu for second time in 5 days tomorrow

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 03 Mar 2024, 08:39 am

Delhi/IBNS/UNI: Five days after his visit to Tamil Nadu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to the state again on Monday.

Upon reaching Chennai in the afternoon, he will fly to Kalpakkam to review the progress of India's first Fast Breeder Reactor being built by BHAVINI.

After a nearly one-hour-long event, he will again fly back to Chennai in a helicopter and address a public meeting organised by the BJP at the sprawling YMCA grounds ahead of the ensuing Lok Sabha polls. Following the event, he will leave for Telangana.

Tight security arrangements have been made given his visit in the wake of an IED blast at a cafe in Bengaluru.

This is Modi's second time to the state in five days after he visited Tiruppur and the southern districts of Thoothukudi, Madurai, and Tirunelveli on Feb 27-28.

Meanwhile, police have made elaborate security arrangements in the city and the adjoining Chengalpattu district for his visit.

Police are maintaining strict vigil with patrolling being intensified in all lodges and hotels across the city.

Checkposts have been set up and all vehicles entering the city are being checked.

“We have tightened the vigil following the blast at a Bengaluru restaurant on Friday. Our personnel are conducting intensive vehicle checks, and are on patrol duty,” police said.

Besides, police officers are monitoring important railway stations and bus terminals to track the movement of any suspected elements.

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