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Silchar ready to receive Modi

Silchar turns into a security fortress a day before Narendra Modi’s huge rally.

Top police officials along with their Gujarat counterparts are constantly monitoring the massive arrangements for the rally where the state BJP pins hopes on presence of over 2 lakh people.

Maximum security forces are guarding the rally site beside the ISBT where the BJP prime ministerial candidate is scheduled to address the rally.

The Gujarat Chief Minister is scheduled to land in Dibrugarh at 11 in the morning. Then he would leave for Pasigaht in Arunachal Pradesh to address a rally.

He would attend the rally in Silchar at 1-30 in the afternoon.       

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