Meditation in Vivekananda Rock Garden, darshan of the statue of Tamil poet… PM Modi's full program of Kanyakumari visit

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Voting for the seventh and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections is to be held two days later i.e. on June 1. Before that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Kanyakumari on a two-day tour from today. According to the program, first PM Modi will hold a rally in Hoshiarpur, Punjab and then leave for Kanyakumari. There Modi will reach Vivekananda Rock Memorial and meditate. Let us know the full schedule of his special program

First an election rally, then a flight to Kanyakumari

According to the schedule, PM Modi will first address a rally in Hoshiarpur, Punjab today. After this, he will leave for Kanyakumari after 5 pm. After reaching Kanyakumari, he will first worship at the Mother Bhagwati Amman Temple. After this, he will go to Vivekananda Rock Memorial, where he has to meditate for two days.

The stay will be for 45 hours, security is tight

PM Modi will stay in Vivekananda Rock Garden for about 45 hours, where he will also meditate. Tight security arrangements have been made for this. The beach will be closed for tourists from Thursday to Saturday. Private boats will also not run during this time. A team of two thousand policemen and security agencies will keep an eye on every small and big thing. Modi will return to Delhi on June 1, the day of voting, but before that the PM will also visit the statue of Tamil poet Tiruvalluvar. Its height is 133 feet.The final battle was fought on June 1
After the completion of 6 phases of Lok Sabha elections, voting will now take place on 1 June i.e. Saturday. Voting will take place on a total of 57 seats on this day. The results will be declared on 4 June. It remains to be seen which way the tables will turn this time. The All India Alliance is confident of its victory while the NDA is also talking about crossing 400 from every platform.

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