UP Polls 2017: PM Modi to address two rallies in UP and Uttarakhand

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 10 Feb 2017 6:23 AM GMT

UP Polls 2017: PM Modi to address two rallies in UP and Uttarakhand
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Bijnor: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address the political rallies in Bijnor city of Uttar Pradesh and Haridwar district of Uttarakhand on Friday. The district administration has made high security arrangements for PM Modi's arrival.

15 IPS (Indian Police Service) officers, 15 SSP (Senior Superintendent of Police), 35 DSP (Deputy Superintendent of Police), 500 Inspectors, 15 Female Inspectors, 400 female soldiers, 1900 soldiers , 4 Platoon PSC, SPG (Special Protection Groups) and air force officers have been deployed to the area.

The roads joining Bijnor to Najibabad and Nagina have been blocked for the commoners.

Bijnor will go to polls in second phase on February 15.

Earlier, PM Modi addressed three rallies for the ensuing Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.

It may be mentioned that on February 8 in his last rally in Ghaziabad the PM had attacked the Samajwadi Party over the women safety issue. They had stated that the family which has most number of female ministers in the country is unable to provide security to the women of their state. The Prime Minister said that the SP provides shelter to the goons and this is the sole reason for maximum number of crime cases being reported from the state.

“UP has 40 thousand cases reported under Arms Act but the government has paid no heed to the law and order situation,” stated the PM further saying that if for once the SP oust politicians who shelter Gundas (goons), the safety of women will automatically be ensured," PM Modi had said.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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