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Preparations for Indian PM Modi’s Janakpurdham visit over

Himanshu Chuahdary, Birendra Karna, JANAKPURDHAM: All the preparations necessary for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Janakpurdham on Friday are over.
The Province-2 government and Janakpurdham Sub-Metropolitan City completed all the preparations in this regard.
Three helipads have been constructed at Janakpur Airport for landing the helicopter of Indian Prime Minister Modi. He is scheduled to land at Janakpur airport from Patna of India at 10:00 am Friday.
Minister for Defence, Ishwor Pokharel, and Chief Minister of Province-2, Lalbabu Raut, are all set to welcome PM Modi at the airport.
The roads from airport to Bidyapati Chowk through Bishwokarma Chowk, Zeromile Chowk and Ramananda Chowk have been blacktopped since Indian PM Modi would reach Barhabigha Ground for civic felicitation via the road stretch. The walls along the roadsides have also been painted.
As per the schedule, PM Modi would directly reach Janaki Temple from Janakpur airport where he would offer special worship. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli would also be present at the Janaki Temple.
The Prime Ministers of both the countries would jointly inaugurate Ramayan Circuit at Janaki Temple and Janakpurdham-Ayodhya Bus Service.
Similarly, PM Modi would grace a civic felicitation ceremony organised by state government of Province-2 and Janakpurdham Sub-metropolitan City at Barhabigha. Mayor of Janakpurdham Sub-Metropolitan City, Lal Kishor Saha would hand over an artistic key and offer civic felicitation to PM Modi.
Meanwhile, the Province-2 government has announced public holiday on Friday in view of Indian PM visit.
Meanwhile, Brigadier General of Armed Police Force (APF), Rudrabahini Pathalaiya, Kabindra Man Shrestha shared that intensive security arrangement has been made in view of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Janakpurdham.
A tight security arrangement has been mechanized along the Nepal-India border point from Saptari to Parsa districts in keeping with the Indian PM visit.
It was also shared that the security screening of the people moving through border points has also been tightened.

Published Date: Thursday, May 10th, 2018 | 09:32 PM

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