PM Modi To Visit Odisha Today

Cuttack: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come on a one-day visit to Odisha today to mark the completion of four years of BJP-led government at the Centre.

As per schedule, Modi will arrive at the Biju Patnaik International Airport by a special flight at 3.25 PM. Then he will board a helicopter from the city airport to land at Naraj Helipad in Cuttack. From there the PM will proceed towards the historic Bali Jatra Ground in car where he is scheduled to address the nation. During the meeting he will highlight his government's achievements in the last four years.

This will be Modi's first visit to the Silver City after 31 years.

The Prime Minister is slated to return to New Delhi at 5.55 PM.

Meanwhile, security has been tightened in the twin city of Odisha - Cuttack and Bhubaneswar in view of his visit.

As many as 80 platoons of police will be deployed in the Cuttack, while 5 teams each of Special Action Group and Special Tactical Unit will be deployed with 2 teams of ODRAF.

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