Tight security cover in national capital as Modi 3.0 era dawns

New Delhi: In view of the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, there will be tight security in the capital Delhi.  Delhi has been declared a no-fly zone for June 9 and 10. An order was issued by the Delhi Police regarding this on Friday.

Narendra Modi will take oath as Prime Minister for the third time on Sunday at 7:15 pm. On this occasion, President Draupadi Murmu will also administer the oath of office and secrecy to some members of the Council of Ministers. At the same time, there will be multi-layered security arrangements in Delhi in view of the swearing-in ceremony. Five companies of paramilitary forces, National Security Guard (NSG) commandos, drones and snipers will be deployed for the security of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

NSG commandos will be deployed at important places

Police Commissioner Arora has said in the order, “It has been reported that some criminal, anti-social elements or terrorists having enmity towards India can pose a threat to the security of the general public, dignitaries and important establishments.” Delhi Police has already put hotels like Leela, Taj, ITC Maurya, Claridges and Oberoi in the city under security cover. On the day of the swearing-in ceremony, SWAT and NSG commandos of Delhi Police will be deployed around Rashtrapati Bhavan and various important places.

A senior police officer says that this program is to be held inside Rashtrapati Bhavan, so there will be three-tier security inside and outside the premises. Delhi Police personnel will be deployed on the outer circle. After that paramilitary forces and internal security personnel of Rashtrapati Bhavan will be deployed in the inner circle.

Many foreign leaders will attend the swearing-in

According to officials, there will be high alert in the national capital in view of the dignitaries of SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) member countries being invited to the swearing-in ceremony. This time top leaders of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Nepal, Mauritius and Seychelles are expected to attend the third swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Traffic will remain changed for two days

Officials say that on Sunday, many roads leading to the central part of Delhi may be closed or traffic may be changed from morning itself. Apart from this, checking will be increased on the borders of the national capital from Saturday itself. It is worth noting that Modi will take oath as Prime Minister for the third consecutive time. In the Lok Sabha elections, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won a majority by winning 293 seats.


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