BJP conference today at 5 pm at Nandanam YMCA ground; Modi comes back to cheer

BJP conference today at 5 pm at Nandanam YMCA ground; Modi comes back to cheer

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Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Chennai for the second time in a week. He’s coming to join a gathering organized by the Tamil Nadu BJP for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The meeting will take place at Nandanam YMCA grounds at 5 pm. Before that, he’ll also be at the Kalpakkam Nuclear Power Plant for a program. Last week, Modi was in Tirunelveli and Tirupur for official events and party activities. During his visit, he criticized the DMK and the Congress while attending the concluding session of BJP state president K. Annamalai‘s state padayatra.

15,000 policemen are deployed to ensure

Security measures are being increased in the city ahead of the Prime Minister’s visit. Five times the usual security is being provided. Security is being strengthened at busy places like train stations and bus stops. Additional commissioners, joint commissioners, and deputy commissioners are supervising preparations to ensure tight security. Around 15,000 police officers, including special units like the Tamil Nadu Special Police Force and Commando Force, are on duty at key locations. The Nandanam YMCA ground, airport, and nearby areas have the most security. Checks are being tightened at hotels and lodges, and people are encouraged to report anything suspicious. Vehicle checks are being increased on important roads and intersections. Flying drones and small UAVs are banned in the Chennai Police area until April 29. City Police Commissioner Sandeep Rai Rathore warned of strict action against those who break this rule.

 

The police want drivers to follow their directions because the Prime Minister’s visit might cause traffic jams. From 12 noon to 8 pm, cars can go from Nandanam YMCA to Gemini flyover. They suggest people use other roads to avoid traffic. Traffic will also be slow at SV Patel Road, Gandhi Mandapam Road, GST Road, Mount Poonamallee Road, Sippet Junction, and 100 Feet Road. No cars can go from 12 noon to 8 pm at Madhya Kailas-Halda Junction, Pallavaram Indira Gandhi Road-Kathipara Junction, Ramapuram-Kathipara Junction, Ashok Nagar-Kathipara Junction, etc.

 

BJP X Congress in Puducherry

In the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP will compete with the NDA alliance for the single seat in Puducherry. Chief Minister and NDA ally N. Rangasamy announced this. Minister A. Namah Shivaya, who switched from Congress to BJP after the last Assembly elections, is expected to be the candidate. Congress will contest independently. Sitting MP Wythelingam will also run. In Tamil Nadu, BJP alliance formation and seat distribution are still pending.

 

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