Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Patna on Tuesday evening at around 5.15 pm on a one-day visit. In his one hour and 45-minute stay, the Prime Minister will address the closing ceremony of the centenary of the Bihar Legislative Assembly. Before this, he will inaugurate the assembly centenary pillar. Hundred medicinal plants will be planted in his hands in the assembly premises. Along with this, he will lay the foundation stone for the construction of Vidhan Sabha Museum and Guest House.
Special aircraft will arrive at 05.20 pm
The special aircraft of the Air Force carrying the Prime Minister will reach Loknayak Jai Prakash Narayan International Airport at 05.20 pm. Governor Fagu Chauhan and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad, Renu Devi and all the ministers and top officials of the government will be present for his funeral at the airport.
Tight security arrangements have been made in the capital. In view of the arrival of the Prime Minister, on Monday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar along with the Speaker and officials inspected the assembly premises. He also inspected the centenary pillar and plantation and the main platform.
This is the program of PM in Vis campus
Inauguration of Centenary Memorial Pillar, on top of it is the Bodhi tree symbolizing Bihar.
Will plant a sapling of Kalpataru, will name the garden as 'Shatabdi Memorial Garden'
Lay the foundation stone of Vidhan Sabha Museum and Vidhan Sabha Guest House.
Will release the book 'Safarnama from 1st Bihar Vidhan Sabha to 17th Vidhan Sabha'.
'I will be in Patna on the evening of July 12, tomorrow, to attend a program to mark the closing ceremony of the centenary celebrations of the Bihar Legislative Assembly. The foundation stone of the Vidhan Sabha Museum will also be laid.
Seating arrangement for nine people with the PM on the stage
All preparations were completed on Monday for the arrival of the Prime Minister. A total of nine people have been arranged with the Prime Minister on the main stage built at the assembly parking lot. Seating arrangements have been made for Governor Fagu Chauhan, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, both Deputy Chief Ministers, Executive Chairman of Legislative Council Awadhesh Narayan Singh, Speaker of the Assembly Vijay Kumar Sinha and Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav.
1700 guests were invited to the ceremony
Here, RTPCR test was done on Monday for all the distinguished people who joined him on the stage. A report of Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad will come on Tuesday afternoon, only after that a decision will be taken on his sitting on the stage. 1700 guests have been invited to the ceremony. It includes other dignitaries including ministers, MPs, former MPs, Rajya Sabha members, former Rajya Sabha members, current members of the Legislative Assembly and former members, current and former members of the Legislative Council.