Vaiko sets out with 1000 men to protest Rajapaksa visit
Vaiko sets out with 1000 men to protest Rajapaksa visit

A prominent leader of TamilNadu Vaiko, who supports the cause of Tamilians in Sri Lanka, has set out of Chennai with his 1000 supporters in several buses, covering 1470 km. He will come to Sanchi to protest the visit of Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa who will attend the foundation- laying ceremony of Buddhist University.

However, the security arrangements for the ceremony will be fool- proof and all efforts are being made to ensure that no follower of Vaiko enters the function venue. Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajpakshe is coming to attend this function and MDMK leader Vaiko had opposed formers arrival. The Bhopal- Vidisha route on September 21 will be closed as Bhutan prime minister will go to Sanchi by road. This route will remain closed for movement of vehicles between 10am and 5pm. The vehicles coming to the programme will have to pass through security tests.

300 employees deputed to drive away animals

The stray animals roaming on the road between Bhopal and Sanchi are a matter of concern for the administration. To ensure that no stray animal come on road during the programme, government employees will be deputed. Sources say Panchayats too have been assigned the job to make sure that domestic animals should not come on road on the programme day. Meanwhile, around 300 employees will be deputed to drive away the animals.

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