Pushpa Kamal Dahal, the Prime Minister of Nepal is currently on a visit to the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. This visit of his will last for two days and he will visit two important places in the city. In preparation of his arrival, the security in many parts of the state is tightened and strict curfew is imposed in certain areas. It is also said that the Nepal PM will be welcomed in a traditional manner.
Nepal PM Visits Madhya Pradesh For Two Days
The Nepal PM arrived in Indore around 10 AM. He will first visit the famous Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain. Following this visit, he is supposed to hold a meeting with the governor of MP, Mr. Mangubhai Patel, in Indore.
Post the meeting, he also has a visit scheduled to the Solid Waste Management plant in the evening. After this visit, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of MP will host a dinner program in the honour of the PM of Nepal. The dinner program will take place at the Hotel Marriott.
Tomorrow, on the 3rd of June, the PM is scheduled to visit the Infosys Economic Zone in Indore. After this visit, in the afternoon, around 1:15 PM, he will leave for Delhi where he will continue his visit.
Section 144 Imposed In Certain Areas Of The State
In order to ensure the safety of the national guest, the security in the state is being tightened for the next couple days. Areas around the Indore airport have been declared as Red Zone which means that no remotely controlled flying devices like drones will be permitted to fly in the area.
In many areas around the airport, section 144 will be enforced. Both of these will remain in effect till the PM’s visit ends on the 3rd of June. It is also said the PM will be honoured with a traditional welcome upon his arrival in the city of Indore.
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