Mathura(web team): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a rally in Mathura on Monday to mark the first anniversary of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA Government at the Centre.
Prime Minister Modi would be addressing the rally at Nagla Chandrabhan, which is the ancestral village of BJP ideologue Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya.
Tight security arrangements have been put in place for the Prime Minister's visit.
According to reports, eight companies of Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC), five companies of Rapid Action Force (RAF) would be deployed in addition to seven SP rank officers, two additional SPs and 19 Deputy SPs at the venue of the rally.
About 100 civil police constables, 35 traffic constables and 12 inspectors and sub-inspectors will be stationed in Mathura and Nagla Chandrabhan village.
One PAC company for flood relief would be deployed for river patrolling along the Yamuna which flows through Mathura.
In a massive outreach exercise similar to BJP's pre-election blitz, the party will hold 200 rallies on completion of one year by its government with Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the first in Deen Dayal Upadhyay's native village on May 25, and 5000 public meetings.
Termed by the BJP as "one of the largest" mass outreach in India's electoral history, Modi had addressed 437 public meetings in 25 states besides 1350 3-D rallies since September 15, 2013 when he held his first public rally after being declared as the party's Prime Ministerial candidate. BJP had claimed Modi had reached out directly to anywhere between 5-10 crore people.