The police said it will deploy up to 5,000 police officers, including commandos, and will provide five levels of security protection for President Ram Nath Kovind, who will host a memorial here on Monday. Commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Parliament. . Fort St. George, Raj Bhavan and the airport’s city hall and secretary of state are all placed under five levels of security protection.
Under the leadership of Chennai Police Commissioner Shankar Jiwal (Shankar Jiwal), 5,000 people, including the commando squad, will be fielding during Kowind’s visit. According to the police statement, all routes that the President will use during his visit have taken precautionary measures and appropriate security arrangements.
Prior to this, Jiwal hosted a meeting of senior police officers to review security arrangements and suggest to them on what to do next based on Kovind’s interview.
According to the president’s tentative timetable, he will arrive here on August 2 (afternoon). In the evening, he will preside over the centennial celebration at the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu and display the portrait of the former Chief Minister M Karunanidhi in the house.
On Monday night, Kovind would reside at the Raj Bhavan here and head for the Nilgiris District on Tuesday. On August 4, he would attend the Defence Services Staff College at Wellington near Ooty and direct the Student Officers of the 77th Staff Course.
He would lodge at the Raj Bhavan there and exit for Delhi on August 6.