PM Modi, Governor Mangubhai Patel and Shivraj Singh leave for Kuno

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Gwalior. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Governor Mangubhai Patel and CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan are in a military helicopter. Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains and state DGP Sudhir Saxena are in the second helicopter. Apart from this, two more helicopters are in the security of the PM. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Kuno to release the cheetahs from Namibia in Kuno. For this, he reached the Air Force Station of Gwalior at around 10 in the morning. He was received here by Governor Mangubhai Patel and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Along with this, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, and Home Minister Narottam Mishra, who met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, included Tulsi Silavat, BJP leader Jai Bhan Singh Pawaiya, BJP District President Kamal Makhijani, State Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, DGP Sudhir Saxena, Collector. Kaushlendra Vikram Singh SSP Amit Sanghi will meet the Prime Minister. A special aircraft carrying cheetahs from Namibia to Gwalior Air Base has landed at Maharajpura Airbase. Now from here the cheetahs will leave for Kuno by helicopter. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Gwalior at 9.45 am. After that they will leave for Kuno by helicopter. The administration is tight-lipped at the airbase in view of the arrival of the Prime Minister. A special flight carrying cheetahs from Namibia to Gwalior Air Base has been delayed by one and a half hours. Now this aircraft will land at Maharajpura Air Base at 7:30. A large number of officers, including the police administration, are waiting for the plane. The plane was earlier proposed to arrive at 6:00 am. However, in view of the arrival of the special aircraft bringing the cheetahs, the police and administration officials started reaching the Maharajpura airbase from around 5.30 am. First of all, Collector Kaushlendra Vikram Singh, SSP Amit Sanghi had reached the airport and ADG had also reached. In this arrangement, duty of 200 to 300 police officers and officers of administration has been imposed and Bhind Road is visible as high alert since morning. Along with this, a 25-member team is coming from Namibia in the aircraft carrying Cheeto at Maharajpura Air Base. Cheetah Fever: There is a craze for cheetahs in Gwalior, people know that in the morning Gwalior is coming with special plane seats on Maharajpura Airways. GP Sharma, a resident of Gwalior’s Sachin Tendulkar Marg, along with his wife, has specially stood outside the Maharajpura Air Force station in the morning, hoping that they will see the special plane of Cheetos.

Mayor will not be able to receive the Prime Minister-

Congress Mayor Dr. Shobha Sikarwar also waited till late in the night for the call of the district administration to receive the Prime Minister. The name of the mayor does not figure in the list of eminent people who have received the prime minister. Which by virtue of the protocol being the first citizen of the city, her name should have been in this list. Mayor Dr. Shobha Sikarwar told that till morning no call came to him to receive the Prime Minister.

MP left for Sheopur before receiving

Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar’s name was in the list of leaders who received Prime Minister Narendra Modi. If they receive the Prime Minister here, it will be difficult for them to reach Sheopur on time. As the party did not make any arrangement to take the MP by helicopter to Sheopur, he left for Sheopur by road at eight in the morning. District President Kamal Makhijani told that the MP has left for Sheopur. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will land on a special aircraft at Gwalior airbase earlier on Saturday morning to release the cheetahs at Kuno Palpur National Park, Sheopur. The PM will reach at 9.20 in the morning and will stay here for five minutes. During this, State Home Minister Narottam Mishra will receive him on the red carpet here. Along with this, he will meet a total of ten honorable and officers. All arrangements and rehearsals have been made in Gwalior regarding the arrival of PM, corona test of 150 officers and employees including Collector and SSP has also been done. A special aircraft carrying eight cheetahs from Namibia, South Africa will also reach Gwalior airbase three and a half hours before the arrival of the PM. Here the test of cheetahs in 30 minutes and the team of 25 people who are coming with the plane will also have a corona test. Please tell that PM Modi will leave the cheetahs after reaching Kuno and from here he will attend the self-help conference in Karahal, Sheopur. Before their arrival at Gwalior airbase, the ministers of the central and state government including CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will reach Kuno. After attending the program of Kuno and Karahal at the airbase, the PM will return to the Gwalior airbase at 2.20 pm. While returning, the honorable officers and officers will send them off.

The cheetahs will be received by the Collector-SSP:

The cheetahs will be received by Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh and SSP Amit Sanghi in an aircraft arriving at Gwalior airbase here from Namibia at around 6 am on Saturday. A list of essential items has been sent by a team of 25 people accompanying the cheetahs, which includes items like sanitizer, umbrella, raincoat etc. The cheetahs will be shifted to the army’s special helicopter Chinook, along with the cage.

High alert in Gwalior: Rehearsal took place, see the hospital-guest house:

Since morning there was a high alert regarding the arrival of PM. ADG Srinivas Verma, Collector, SSP rehearsed since morning. The officers saw the arrangements in the super specialty of JAH and also visited the guest houses including Birla Hospital. Traffic will also be stopped on Bhind Road on PM’s arrival in Gwalior.