Ahead Of PM Modi’s Oath Ceremony, Delhi Declared No-Flying Zone; Security Enhanced At Borders & More

PM Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for June 9, and Delhi will remain on high alert as many dignitaries from SAARC nations have been invited.

by Tashika Tyagi
Ahead Of PM Modi’s Oath Ceremony, Delhi Declared No-Flying Zone; Security Enhanced At Borders & More

PM Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony is scheduled on June 9 and Delhi will be on high alert for the next couple of days. The Delhi Police has issued prohibitory orders and declared Delhi a no-flying zone till June 10. These prohibitory orders will remain in force for two days, that is, June 9 and 10. The ceremony will also witness several high-profile dignitaries from SAARC nations who are flying in to witness the PM’s oath ceremony. Read on to learn more about these traffic and security orders to plan your movement around the city better.

Security Tightened In Delhi Ahead Of PM Modi’s Oath Ceremony

Narendra Modi’s third swearing-in ceremony as the Prime Minister of India is scheduled for June 9. Ahead of this ceremony, security in Delhi has been tightened as thousands of national and international guests will be flying into the city to attend this event. Keeping this in mind, the Delhi Police has declared Delhi as a no-flying zone till June 10. They have also banned flying paragliders, para-motors, UAVs, and microlight aircraft over Delhi.

Security has also been enhanced around the Rashtrapati Bhavan and commandos from Delhi Police’s SWAT and NSG will be deployed around the area on Sunday, according to a report in Business Standard. Furthermore, a “rigorous multi-layered security arrangement” has been put in place for this event. The Delhi Police has confirmed that five companies of paramilitary forces, NSG commandos, drones, and snipers will be deployed to safeguard the event venue.

Starting early Sunday morning, there are chances of traffic diversion around Central Delhi. Also, security checking has been tightened at Delhi borders and will continue till June 10.

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High Profile Dignitaries To Attend The Swearing-In Ceremony On June 9

PM Modi Oath Ceremony
Image Courtesy: Facebook/Narendra Modi

PM Modi’s oath ceremony will be attended by 9,000 guests. This will include national and international guests like dignitaries from SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) nations. As per NDTV, high-profile guests and leaders from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Bhutan, Nepal, Mauritius, and Seychelles are likely to attend the swearing-in ceremony. They are likely to stay in hotels like The Leela, Taj, ITC Maurya, Claridges, and Oberoi, and security at these hotels has also been heightened.

According to a report in Business Standard, the President of India will administer the oath ceremony to the Prime Minister and other members of the Union Council of Ministers at 7:15 PM on June 09.

We hope this information was helpful to you. Make sure to check for updates before you head out to avoid any inconvenience.

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