Bhopal: Chief Secretary reviews preparations for Modi’s Amarkantak visit

Staff ReporterUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 07:02 AM IST
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BHOPAL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take part in the Narmada Seva Yatra programme at Amarkantak on May 15. Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh on Friday reviewed the preparations for the Prime Minister’s visit.

Singh gathered information about the security arrangements, helipad, traffic, meeting, parking arrangement during a meeting at the Mantralaya. Taking into account the heat wave, Singh instructed to make adequate arrangements for drinking water. He issued instructions to make medical facilities and medicines available at the programme venue besides other prime spots.

DGP Rishikumar Shukla, additional chief secretary home KK Singh, additional chief secretary panchayat and rural development Radheshyam Julaniya, principal secretary public relations SK Mishra, principal secretary public works Pramod Agrawal, principal secretary urban development Malay Shrivastava, principal secretary general administration Seema Sharma, transport commissioner Shailendra Shrivastava and district collectors of Anuppur and Dindori.

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