Stage Set for Modi's Two-day State Visit

Published: 10th December 2015 04:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2015 04:26 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Kerala on Monday for his two-day visit, and all the security and other preparations have been completed, according to a PRD release. 

pm.jpgPrime Minister will reach  I N S Garuda Naval Air Station at 4.10 pm on Monday, and after the formal reception here he will leave for Kuttanelloor Government College, Ground, Thrissur, by 4.15 pm by helicopter. At 5 pm, he will attend a public meeting. Modi will leave for Kochi by 6.05 pm via road and will spend the night at the Taj Malabar hotel.

On Tuesday,  Modi will be accorded a tri service guard of honour at I N S Garuda. Following this, he will reach INS Vikramadithya by 9.30 am and will attend the joint commanders’ conference.

Later, Modi will leave for Ashramam ground at Kollam by helicopter at 1.45 pm, and he will reach S N College to unveil the R Sankar statue. Following the unveiling, Modi will leave for Varkala by helicopter and will land at Papanasam helipad at 4.05 pm, proceeding to Sivagiri matt for a 30-minute visit. He will offer floral tribute at the Maha Samadhi and will also plant tree saplings. Modi will also hold talks with Sivagiri sanyasins.

After that, the PM will leave for  Sanghumugham by helicopter and reach the technical area of the  airport by 5.10 pm for his departure to New Delhi by a special aircraft of the Indian Air force.


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