Narendra Modi will take oath as PM on 9th June… Know everything about the ceremony from timing, venue, guests to security

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi : After the Lok Sabha elections, the NDA government is going to be formed for the third time at the center under the leadership of Modi. President Draupadi Murmu will administer the oath of office and secrecy to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and members of the Union Council of Ministers at Rashtrapati Bhavan on June 9 at 7.15 pm. PM Modi is going to take a historic oath for the third consecutive time. In such a situation, let us know important things related to the guests coming to the swearing-in ceremony and the security arrangements.

Important information related to the swearing-in ceremony

  • date and time : The swearing-in ceremony will begin at 6 pm on Sunday, June 9.
  • Guest List: Thousands of dignitaries, including foreign dignitaries, will attend the event.
  • Foreign guests: Maldives President Mohammed Muizzu, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Sri Lanka President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Bhutan King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Seychelles Vice President Ahmed Afeef and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth are expected to attend the event.
  • Indian Dignitaries: Prominent personalities from various fields such as lawyers, doctors, artists, cultural artistes and influential people. This includes ambassadors of developed India, beneficiaries of central government schemes, tribal women and sanitation workers.
  • religious leader: Around 50 eminent religious leaders from different religions have also been invited.
  • Participants of Mann Ki Baat: Participants who were felicitated by Modi for their contributions are also expected to attend the function.
  • Padma Award Winners: Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri award winners will also be present.
  • Pause: The foreign dignitaries are expected to stay at hotels like Taj Palace, The Oberoi, The Leela Palace and ITC Maurya.

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Safety Measures

Delhi Police has banned the flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms such as paragliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs, UAS, microlight aircraft, remotely piloted aircraft in the jurisdiction of Delhi during the swearing-in ceremony of the Central Government on June 9. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora said that this order will come into effect from June 9 and will remain in force for 2 days. Due to preparations for the swearing-in ceremony, there will be no Change of Guard ceremony on June 8, 15 and 22, 2024 at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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A three-tier security system will remain in place

A three-tier security system is being implemented for the swearing-in ceremony. It includes the inner perimeter (the high-security zone around Rashtrapati Bhavan and Kartavya Path, where the ceremony will take place), the outer perimeter (the second layer of security around hotels where foreign heads of state and dignitaries stay, including the Taj, Maurya, Leela and Oberoi hotels) and the outermost perimeter (the third layer of security around central Delhi, which includes ground-to-air surveillance and extensive security cover).

  • intelligence gathering: Intelligence agencies are coordinating with foreign counterparts to collect information about potential security threats and prepare individual threat assessments for each foreign leader.
  • Vehicle Check: Thorough checking of vehicles is being carried out to prevent any unauthorised vehicle from entering the security zones.
  • Laser Beam Restriction: Prohibitory orders have been imposed to prevent drone and laser beam activities near the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and other sensitive areas.
  • Deployment of security personnel: A large number of Delhi Police and security personnel are being deployed to maintain order and deal with any security-related incident.
  • background check: Background checks are being conducted on hotel staff to ensure they are trustworthy and do not pose any security threat.
  • control room: Separate control rooms are being set up for security personnel to monitor the situation and deal with any security threat.
  • Sealing of State Borders: The state borders will be sealed to prevent any unauthorised entry during the function.
  • Enhancing security : Security will be enhanced at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in the coming weeks, and restrictions may be further increased depending on operational requirements.

These measures are designed to ensure the safety of all attendees and prevent any potential security threats during the swearing-in ceremony.
(with inputs from agencies)

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