Jaipur will be under tight security from 5 to 7 January

Jaipur will remain under tight security in the beginning of 2024, PM Modi and Home Minister Shah will come, 3.5 thousand policemen will be deployed.


A big event is going to be organized in Jaipur at the beginning of the new year. The DG-DIG National Conference is going to be organized in the state capital Jaipur from 5th to 7th January. PM Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will participate in this event. During this period, Jaipur city will remain under tight security cordon. 

The police administration of Pink City Jaipur has come on high alert mode regarding the DG-DIG National Conference to be held in Jaipur. Security personnel will be deployed at every nook and corner. During this period, about 3.5 thousand policemen will be deployed to handle security and traffic arrangements.

This is the first major national conference being held in Jaipur after the formation of the new government in Rajasthan. The National Conference will be organized from 5 to 7 January at Rajasthan International Center located in Jhalana, Jaipur.

This road to Jaipur will remain closed for 3 days

Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Union Home Minister Amit Shah as well as NSA Ajit Doval will also participate in the National Conference. More than 80 top officials of central security agencies including Deputy NSA Ajit Kumar Singh will be present in it. 

At the same time, top police officers from all the states across the country will also participate in it. Due to this conference, the road from OTS to Jhalana on the JLN route will remain closed for 3 days. Recently, a big meeting regarding the event was held at the police headquarters. 

In this, other important points including security and traffic system were discussed during the event. Senior officers of ADG and IG rank have been given responsibilities for the arrangements. Preparations for the event have been started and all the officers are busy with this. In view of the proposed presence of PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, the security arrangements are being checked on strict parameters. 

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