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Tight security for PM's Mumbai visit

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | July 14, 2006 11:51 IST

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be visiting Mumbai on Friday afternoon, amidst tight security.

Teams from the Special Protection Group and Intelligence Bureau were in Mumbai two days ago to plan out security arrangements for the prime minister.

Dr Singh is scheduled to reach Mumbai around 12.30 pm and will head straight for the two hospitals, where the injured of the July 11 train bomb blast are undergoing treatment.

He will then be briefed by Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilas Rao Deshmukh and state director general of police about the developments in the last three days

Dr Singh will address a press conference around 3 pm, before returning to Delhi.





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Sub: PM Visit not required!!!

I dont see any reason of any of high profile personnel visit to any of these spots which always diverted the main issue to security ...


Posted by shan





Sub: Why is the PM coming?

Why are all these politicians rushing to Mumbai like bees towards honey? Someone please tell them to stop taking political milage out of this situation. ...


Posted by Aniruddha





Sub: Security at PM's visit in Mumbai

Either your news is funny or it is shocking to know that PM's visit to any place within India lacks high level security. (that's what ...


Posted by Punit





Sub: High security in Mumbai for PM

Nothing new in this. Indian PMs always go anywhere amidst tight security only. And little wonder that the administration there in Mumbai will leave all ...


Posted by Amit Kumar





Sub: terrorism

After the visit, will the Hon'ble PM will given an assurance to all the Indians, that this will be last blast? If that is not ...


Posted by R RAGHAVAN




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