On Thursday, Minister of State for Agriculture, Shobha Karandlaje, inspected the stage construction and other preparations at Malini City on BS Yeddyurappa Marg Belagavi in anticipation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming program on February 27th.
During the program, the Prime Minister will be transferring the Kisan Samman Nidhi directly to the accounts of farmers. Karandlaje noted that the program is designed to be a comprehensive event for farmers, with a particular emphasis on including a large number of women farmers.
The roadshow route is yet to be finalized by S.P.G. after consulting with the relevant authorities. DC Nitesh Patil briefed the team on the preparations for the program and the construction of the platform. Furthermore, arrangements for meals and parking have been made in all four directions.
PM Narendra Modi’s Belagavi’s Road Show Tentative route as the same has to be finalized by SPG –
CPED- Rani Chennamma Circle -Dharmveer Sambhaji Maharaj Circle -Ramlingkhind Galli- Shani Mandir- Kapileshwar Bridge- Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Garden- New Road towards BSY Marg (Old PB Road)- Malini City
To ensure the Prime Minister’s program runs smoothly and securely, utmost care must be taken to maintain security and etiquette. Minister of State for Agriculture Shobha Karandlaje emphasized the importance of working together to make the program a success. Additionally, Food Safety Officers should be deployed at each location to provide clean drinking water and quality meals to the beneficiaries attending the program from different parts of the district.
District Collector Nitesh Patil announced that the PM will lay the foundation stone of five multi-village drinking water projects under the Jaljeevan Mission, costing a total of 1100 crores.
Preparations are underway to ensure the Prime Minister’s route is repaired, cleaned, and beautified. Approximately one lakh people are expected to attend the event, and seating arrangements, drinking water, and LED screens will be provided. Additionally, internet connection and other facilities will be made available.
MLA Abhay Patil further stated that the program will be a celebration of national unity, with women’s teams dressed in national costumes and around ten thousand women wearing turbans.
Regional Commissioner M. G. Hiremath emphasized the importance of ensuring a secure and barricaded route for the Prime Minister, and taking all necessary precautions to avoid any potential loopholes.