Rajasthan is soon going to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Jaipur on July 7 whereby he will be greeting more than 2.30 Lakh beneficiaries of various welfare schemes. As the scheduled day is approaching near, the state government has geared up to welcome the PM for which various arrangements are being made.
The PM is reportedly going to address the public at Amroodon Ka Bagh, which is just a few steps away from the Vidhan Sabha of Rajasthan located in Jaipur city. In order to review the arrangements, Transport Minister Yunus Khan and Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Arun Chaturvedi visited the venue on Tuesday.
The cabinet ministers ensured that all arrangements have been made regarding vehicle management, security, sitting layout, and other necessary facilities. Apart from the two cabinet ministers, the top officials of departments like Jaipur Administration Police, Jaipur Municipal Corporation, Public Works Department, and Jaipur Development Authority were also present.
Senior police officials and subordinates also scanned the periphery of the venue. The traffic police will be making arrangements for traffic diversion in order to prevent congestion and parking will be allowed within 2 kms of the venue.
Meanwhile, all the district collectors have been directed to make sure that the beneficiaries of 12 welfare schemes must reach the venue on July 7. Several arrangements have been made for these beneficiaries ranging from accommodation to food and buses have also been deployed that will carry the participants from their respective districts and bringing them to the venue.