Bihar elections: PM warns of Naxal threat

Bihar elections: PM warns of Naxal threat

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On October 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address three election rallies in Bihar on the Bihar Assembly elections. At this time, they will stay in Bihar for about a quarter to seven hours. Besides Bhagalpur, he will address rallies in Gaya and Shasharam. Meanwhile, the IG (security) of the police headquarters has warned the DMs and SPs of the three districts and other senior officials against threats to their safety by terrorist organizations and Naxals.

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An exercise has been launched to protect the Prime Minister. The IG (security) from the police headquarters, alerted the districts concerned, asked several terrorist organizations and the Naxalites to keep a close watch, including threats to the security of the prime minister.

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The Prime Minister will address a 45-45 minute election meeting in three places

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On October 23, the Prime Minister will arrive in Gaya at 9:30 am. From there he will leave for Sasaram. His address will start at Sasharam around 10.30 am, which will be 45 minutes. From there the gear will depart for the purpose. He will address an election rally in Gaya from 12 noon to 12 noon. After addressing an election rally in Gaya, he will leave for Bhagalpur. They will reach Bhagalpur Airport Complex around 2.30 pm. He will address an election rally here from 2.40 pm to 3.25 pm. From here it will leave for Gaya and from Gaya it will leave for Delhi at 4.55 pm.

Deployed for security of IPS venue and helipad

The Prime Minister has appointed three IPS officers at his helipads at Bhagalpur, Sasaram and Gaya in and around the police headquarters for his advance security ending payment (ASL). IPS Pankaj Raj in Bhagalpur, IPS Sanjay Kumar Singh in Gaya and IPS Aditya Raj in Sasaram have been assigned.

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Protection will be full twenty-four hours. The shrine was reviewed on Sunday. The organizers of the event have been asked to strictly follow the guidelines on safety and Covid-19. Police officers have been given the responsibility. – Ashish Bharati, SSP

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