Bawara Dil 5th March 2021 Written Episode, Written Update on LatestSerialGossip.com
The political arena in Tamil Nadu has begun to heat up. Many political leaders are participating in the election campaign as the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections approach. On behalf of the Congress, Rahul is continuing his tour of Chennai and Kerala. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi is arriving in Pondicherry today. Participates in the BJP election public meeting held there and gives a special address.
He is also laying the foundation stone for several development projects in Pondicherry at 11.30 am. Traffic has been diverted in Pondicherry today following the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Vehicles are not allowed on the East Coast Road from Maduvapet to the Rajiv Gandhi Signal, traffic police said.
The State School Education Directorate has announced a one-day holiday for government and private schools in Pondicherry due to traffic congestion.
Following this, he will lay the foundation stone for infrastructure projects worth Rs 12,400 crore in Coimbatore at 4 pm. Modi dedicates new thermal power project in Neyveli to the nation. Modi is also dedicating the company’s 709 MW solar power project.
Modi Travel Details:
Arriving at New Delhi Laspet Airport at 11.20 pm on a private flight from New Delhi, Modi will drive to the Goremedu Jigmar Gallery. Attends a state ceremony held there. He was then laying the foundation stone for the 4-lane road between Sadanandapuram and Nagapattinam. He is also laying the foundation stone for the Rs 491 crore Zimmer Medical College in Karaikal.
He is also inaugurating a women’s hostel and a new municipal building in New Delhi on behalf of the Sports Authority of India. After that. BJP to hold Laspet at Helipad ground Speaking at the election public meeting. For this, a huge pavilion has been set up there. After the public meeting, Modi will leave Puthuvai at 1.20 pm and proceed to Chennai.
Security has been beefed up across Puduvayal. The airport, the seminar hall on the Zimmer campus, and the venue of the public meeting have all been brought under police control. 5 layers of security have been put in place for those areas. More than 1500 policemen are involved in the security operation.