PM Modi will first visit Karnataka, after that he will go to Maharashtra. That’s why the Mumbai Police has made elaborate security arrangements. During this, 4,500 policemen will be deployed.
Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Maharashtra on Thursday (January 19). During this, he will also inaugurate many projects. PM Modi will first visit Karnataka, after that he will go to Maharashtra. In such a situation, the Mumbai Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory in view of PM Modi’s visit. Mumbai Traffic Police said, “Between 12 noon to 9 pm tomorrow, entry of heavy vehicles will be prohibited on all roads including the Western Express Highway in the Western Suburbs.” Means entry of heavy vehicles will not be allowed on the mentioned route during this period.
Traffic routes can be changed
A Mumbai Police official said that a large number of VIPs are expected to participate in the Prime Minister’s program, in view of which security has been increased. Some roads have been closed for traffic. Before the Prime Minister’s visit, traffic routes will be changed on some roads. Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and other top Bharatiya Janata Party leaders along with Special Commissioner of Police Deven Bharti, Joint Commissioner (Law and Order) Satyanarayan Choudhary and other top police officials visited the MMRDA on Wednesday afternoon to take stock of the preparations ahead of Modi’s visit. visited the grounds.
Security tightened due to PM’s visit
The Mumbai Police has tightened the security arrangements during PM Modi’s visit to Mumbai. Under this, 4,500 policemen will be deployed in the western suburbs. 4 units of SRPF, Anti-Riot Squad and 1 unit of Rapid Action Force will also be deployed. This information has been given by the Mumbai Police.