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President Murmu to arrive Nagaland on Nov 2

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KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 1: President Droupadi Murmu will arrive Nagaland on a two-official visit to the State from tomorrow (November 2).
This will be her maiden visit to the State after taking over as the President of India.
Sources said that Murmu desires to visit the State to express her gratitude to the people of the State for extending cent percent support to her during the presidential elections.
The 60-Member Nagaland Assembly had voted in favour of Murmu.
Murmu will arrive at the State capital in the afternoon in a helicopter and proceed to Raj Bhavan.
The State Government has arranged a public reception for her in the Capital Cultural Hall where she will virtually inaugurate newly constructed Government schools, PMGSY roads and Kohima Super Market.
She is also scheduled to meet the Council of Ministers at the Raj Bhavan, which will be followed by the State Banquet at the Chief Minister’s Official Residential Complex tomorrow.
On Thursday, the President will pay homage at the historic World War-II Cemetery and also visit Kigwema village, one of the oldest Angami villages.
She will leave for Delhi the same afternoon.
Meanwhile, her coming had compelled the State Government to under repair of roads in the State capital. All potholes, which had developed in many areas, have been mended for her smooth ride. (Page News Service)

 

VVIP Visit: Dimapur Police issue restrictions

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 1: In view of the visit of President of India to Nagaland from November2 to 3, Dimapur Police has restricted use of any kind of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) like drones, etc., from 6 a.m. of November 2 to 6 p.m. of November 3 within Dimapur, Chumoukedima and Niuland districts in the interest of security exigency.
Police also restricted conduct of any kind of firing practice by Security Forces/civil police/Central police/private firing range or any civilian holder of licensed fire arms.
It also banned bursting of any kind of fire crackers.
In an order, Dimapur Police said as the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is passed ex-parte due to security exigency.
(Page News Service)

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