Roads are being constructed on a war footing even in the rain. The administration has exerted strength to make the New Chandigarh tour a success. Working 24 hours a day. The work of installing special waterproof tents has been started.
Security has been tightened in New Chandigarh (Mullanpur) in view of the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sniper commandos have taken over the front. Teams are keeping an eye on the entrance and sensitive places. CCTV cameras installed in the area were also repaired. People are also being cautioned to immediately inform the police if they see any suspicious object or person.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to inaugurate the Cancer Hospital in New Chandigarh on August 24. The district administration has given full force in preparing for the tour. Roads are being beautified even in rainy and bad weather. Gamada, Powercom, and PWD are busy completing the stalled works for the last eight months. For these 24 hours, laborers are employed. Roads are being built even after the rains. The department is also getting the lights installed on the roads fixed.
Prime Minister will also address the public meeting
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also address a public meeting after inaugurating the Cancer Hospital. For this, waterproof tents are being installed by leveling the ground with tractors and JCB machines. Special sniper commandos of Punjab Police have been deployed on all three roads leading to Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital. Not only this, but the police have also increased the vigil on the Mullanpur barrier, about four-five kilometers away from the venue.
IAS and IPS officers camped
This visit of PM is considered very important. In such a situation, the Punjab government is working on everything from security. Not only this, senior IAS and IPS officers have taken over the front. Security agencies have been alerted. Special arrangements are being made to ensure that no one gets disturbed during the program.
The electricity department did the wires underground
In view of the Prime Minister’s visit, the Electricity Department has removed the electrical wires from outside the main gate of the hospital and made them underground. But, power lines are still open in the rest of the area.