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Modi in Karnataka: Govt is ready to support scientists, innovators of the country, says PM Modi

By oneindia staff

Bengaluru, Jan 02: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Karnataka's Tumakuru city to attend a series of events on Thursday.

Citing security concerns, the Bengaluru city police commissioner Bhaskar Rao, IPS said that unmanned aerial vehicles including drones, balloons, unmanned aircraft systems etc will be banned during Modi's visit.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Siddaganga Mutt in Tumakuru. Modi was felicitated by Siddalinga Swami of Siddaganga Mutt and Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa. Sree Siddaganga Mutt is a Lingayat mutt with an educational institution.

Meanwhile, in Tumakuru district, authorities have implemented heightened security measures ahead of Prime Minister's visit. During his stay in Tumakuru, drones will not be allowed and anybody violating the direction will face stringent action, said a notification issued by Deputy Commissioner of the district Dr Rakesh Kumar.

According to the Department of Information and Public Relations (DPIR), Narendra Modi will land in Bengaluru on today and leave for Tumakuru in a helicopter to visit the Siddaganga Mutt.

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    Modi will later take part in the Krishi Karman Awards function at the Junior College grounds where he will address a gathering and distribute fishing equipment, a government press release said.

    The same evening he will return to Bengaluru to visit the Defence Research and Development Organisation.

    He will stay at the Raj Bhavan.

    The next day, the Prime Minister will inaugurate the 107th Indian Science Congress at the Gandhi Krishi Vignana Kendra Campus at the University of Agricultural Sciences in Bengaluru, before flying to New Delhi in the afternoon.

    To oversee the arrangements, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa visited Tumakuru on Tuesday and held a meeting with officials.

    Speaking to reporters later, Yediyurappa said Modi will reach Siddaganga Math at 2.15 p.m where he will pay his obeisance to the seer there.

    He will be in the town till 5.30 p.m on January 2, he added.

    "Later, he will take part in the Krishi Karman and Krishi Samman Awards function which about 1.5 lakh people are likely to attend. He is going to give awards to 28 progressive farmers from 21 states," said the Chief Minister.

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    The chief ministers of Manipur and Jharkhand and the Governor of Uttarakhand will also attend the event.

    "It will be a grand event. Since 1.5 lakh people will take part, we have made arrangements for loudspeakers and LED screens everywhere to avoid any inconvenience to the people," Yediyurappa said.

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