PM Narendra Modi to visit Kerala for the second time in January

The Prime Minister will visit Kochi and Thrissur as part of his one-day visit.
PM Narendra Modi to visit Kerala for the second time in January
PM Narendra Modi to visit Kerala for the second time in January
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come to Kerala on Sunday for a one-day visit, and will attend two functions in Kochi and Thrissur. This is the Prime Minister’s second visit just this month to the state.

He will reach Kochi Naval base at 1.55 pm, and will go to Rajagiri College ground by helicopter. From there, will travel to Bharat Petroleum Corporation's Kochi Refinery, where the first event of the PM is scheduled to take place, by road. He will dedicate the Integrated Refinery Expansion Complex at BPCL and also will lay the foundation stone for the Petrochemical complex, reports Mathrubhumi.

The entry to the events is restricted for invited guests with a special pass. Governor P Sathasivam, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and other ministers will also attend the event. He will leave for Thrissur by around 3.30, he will land at the helipad of Kuttanallur Government College of the district by around 4 pm.

The Prime Minister will speak at the Yuva Morcha conference at the Thekkinkad ground. Ther eis a rally and public meeting as a part of the conference. He will return to Kochi by 5 pm and from there to Delhi.

Modi had come to Kollam on January 15 to inaugurate a bypass, and also to speak at a meeting of the National Democratic Alliance. That visit is viewed as the beginning of the campaign of the BJP for the Lok Sabha elections.

He had slammed the Left government of the state, and said that allowing women under the age of 50 into the Sabarimala temple will go down in history as the most shameful act in history.

“The entire nation has been talking about Sabarimala. The conduct of Kerala’s LDF govt on Sabarimala issue will go down in history as one of the most shameful acts by any party or government. We knew that communists don’t respect Indian history, culture and spirituality. But no one imagined they would have such hatred,” he had said.   

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