Flying activities will not be allowed under the limits of police stations at Bandra Kurla Complex and nearby areas in Mumbai on Thursday when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate and lay foundation stones for several projects.
In view of the prime minister’s visit, a few roads in the area will be closed for vehicles, while traffic will be diverted on some other routes.
The prime minister is scheduled to attend a function to be held on the MMRDA grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex, an upscale commercial hub. He is set to inaugurate and lay foundation stones for a string of projects worth more than Rs 38,000 crore during his visit.
Security has been beefed up as a large number of VIPs are expected to attend the BKC for the PM’s event. A few roads have been closed to traffic. On other roads, traffic will be diverted ahead of the prime minister’s visit.
There shall be no entry to vehicles coming from the Western Express Highway, Dharavi and Bandra-Worli Sea Link via BKC family court towards Kurla and also no entry to vehicles coming from Saint Dnyaneshwar Road towards Kurla.
There shall be no entry to vehicles coming from the Government Colony, Kanakiya Palace and Valmiki Nagar through BKC premises towards Chunabhatti and Kurla. There shall be no entry to vehicles coming from Surve Junction and Razzak Junction through BKC premises towards Western Express Highway, Dharavi and Worli Sea Link.
Vehicles from WEH, Bandra-Worli Sea Link going via BKC premises towards Kurla shall take a road to MMRDA junction and proceed via Dharavi T Junction towards Kurla and Eastern Express Highway.
Meanwhile, top BJP leaders including Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visited the MMRDA ground on Wednesday afternoon along with special police commissioner Deven Bharati, joint commissioner (law and order) Satyanarayan Chowdhary and other top police officers to take stock of the preparations.