High security for PM Modi's Punjab visit: No-fly zone, section 144 imposed; 2 km area sealed in Mohali

PM will inaugurate Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital and Research Center

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Because of the previous security breach, Punjab Police has tightened security in Mohali for tomorrow's visit to Punjab by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PM will inaugurate Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital and Research Center here. The venue's 2-kilometer perimeter has been completely sealed off. The area has been made a no-fly zone. Section 144 has been imposed in the entire area. Around 7000 jawans are ready for duty this time, compared to the last time when there was a security lapse.

Apart from Punjab Police, Special Security Force (SSF) officers are monitoring the security. Special Protection Group (SPG) officers have also reached Mohali for PM security. Apart from the police, SSF guards and sniper commandos have also been deployed in the area. The bomb disposal squad and dog squad have also been kept on standby.

3 helipads have been built in front of the hospital. Electric poles have been removed from the surrounding areas. A road has been made by breaking the pavement around it. The road leading to the Mullapur meeting location has been repaired. The Prime Minister currently has a plan to return by helicopter. However, the administration has also prepared a different route, according to the PM Security Blue Book.

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The Prime Minister had come on such a visit on 5 January. He was to take part in the rally along with inaugurating the development project in Ferozepur. However, due to the farmers' dharna, their convoy stood on the flyover of Pyaarana village in Ferozepur for 15 minutes. Terming it as a security lapse, the PM returned to Delhi from there. At that time there was a Congress government in Punjab.


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