Ranchi: BJP national president Amit Shah will be arriving in the state Capital tomorrow. He will be addressing a party workers’ conference at Prabhat Tara ground in Dhurwa on 8th September to intensify party’s election preparations.
State BJP president Dr Ravindra Kumar Rai said all preparations for Shah’s visit had been completed. He said Shah will be reaching Ranchi from Kolkata by evening. It is going to be the first visit by Shah after his election as the party president. Shah will be accorded a grand welcome at Birsa Munda Airport.
From the airport, Shah will go straight to Birsa Chowk where he will garland a bust of Bhagwan Birsa Munda.
Thereafter he will leave for the State Guesthouse at Morabadi where he will stay overnight. The BJP president will address the conference of a large number of party activists from various blocks and divisions of the state. After the conference, Shah will visit party’s state headquarters before leaving for New Delhi by evening.
Rai said the registration of party workers was on ahead of the conference in Dhurwa. A water proof pandal is being erected at the programme venue. Around 20,000 people will be accommodated in the pandal. District administration has beefed up security for the BJP’s president.
CRPF jawans and state police personnel will be deployed in the Capital during Shah’s programme. Several CCTV cameras and metal detectors have been installed at the venue. Loudspeakers have also been installed at the venue.