To make BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s voice reach out to the masses across the country during Vijay Sankalp Rally on Sunday, Information technology (IT) cell of Jharkhand BJP has arranged on-line speech which could be accessed on telephone as well as the news portal yuva4india.tv. All efforts are being made by the organisers and the administration to make the rally fool-proof on security front also.
“As everyone cannot come to the rally ground to hear Modi ji, his speech will be available on-line which could be accessed just by dialing telephone number 022-4501-4501 to hear his speech live,” said IT in charge for the rally Bhanu Jalan. Calls could be made at the rates of local call charges, he added.
The speech will also be available on BJP’s news portal. “To reach out to the more and more youths across the world, the speech will also be made available on the news portal Yuva4india.tv which could be accessed by a single click on ones computer screen,” added Jalan.
Besides that, for a speedy and quick spread of messages given by Modi through electronic and print media, 10 mbps lease line is being provided at the venue and those who get impressed by him may also quickly become a BJP member on clicking at jh.bjp.org.
On Prabhat Tara ground also, efforts are being made to make Modi audible to the maximum distance from the dais from where he will be delivering his speech. “Best public address system of the country has been hired from Lucknow so that his voice could reach uninterrupted to the masses,” said BJP leader Sanjay Seth.
Modi’s speech would be audible clearly in the radius of 5 km from the dais. No one in Ranchi is going to miss his speech on Sunday,” said Seth. Ten LCD screens will also be put in the ground to make him visible clearly for the crowd sitting far away from the dais.
All these efforts are being made by the BJP workers to make Modi’s mission of 272+ in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections and become the next Prime Minister of India. To make it happen, Modi will be addressing the rally on Sunday from the stage where a model of Parliament building will form the backdrop giving a feel as if he is speaking in front of Parliament. A prototype of Parliament House in Delhi has been developed on the stage. Earlier, Modi had addressed the rally in Chhattisgarh from the stage raised like the ramparts of the Red Fort in Delhi.
Heavy security arrangements are in place for the rally at Prabhat Tara School ground at Dhurwa where Modi will arrive by a helicopter at JSCA stadium located few meters away from the venue. Modi will enter the stage from back side of the stage to address the crowd.
“The helicopter, which is to carry Modi from Birsa Munda Airport to the JSCA stadium on Sunday, gave try-out on Friday and landed at the JSCA stadium in order to remove any doubts regarding the arrangements,” said a senior level police officer.
A Gujarat Police team is already in Ranchi to review security arrangements at the venue. The grounds will be monitored with 20 CCTV cameras with a centralized control room to be monitored by an SP rank officer.
Remarkably, guidelines of Prime Ministerial security are being followed for Modi’s rally. “All arrangements, including security and administrative, are being done made at par with those which are generally done in case of a Prime Ministerial rally,” said Seth.
The rally ground has been divided into 14 sectors divided onto various Ds in a distance of 70 feet. The distance of first D however is of 90 feet due to security reasons where no one will be allowed to enter. People will reach the ground only after going through a security check, with metal detectors.
To educate voters about the importance of their individual vote, the Election Commission launched puppet show chariot under SWEEP programme in Dehradun on Friday. Talking to The Pioneer, State Joint chief electoral officer Sowjanya said that the main objective was to bring more and more voters to the polling booths...
Shazia Ilmi's use of words was not proper. She wanted to say that Muslims must become selfish for their children’s future and their education.
I have cast my vote in a general election for the first time. I am so happy. I have voted for change.
I am voting for the first time without Balasaheb and am feeling his absence. But, we are following the path that he had laid down.