PM Modi in Pune Today To Inaugurate Sant Tukaram Temple, Other Events Planned in Mumbai

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Maharashtra on Tuesday to inaugurate a temple dedicated to 17th century Saint Tukaram Maharaj in Dhu near Pune and unveil a rebel exhibition in Mumbai. Detailed security arrangements have been made for Prime Minister Modi’s one-day visit to Maharashtra.

An official statement said, on Monday, that the Prime Minister will also participate in the newspaper “Doshatabdi Mahutsav” of “Mumbai Smashar”, which has been published continuously for 200 years.

Prime Minister Modi’s Day Plan

– Prime Minister Modi will visit Maharashtra and inaugurate Jagatguro Shresthasant Tukaram Maharaj Temple in Dhu Pune at around 1:45 pm.

– At approximately 4:15 pm, the Prime Minister will inaugurate the Jal Bhushan Building and the Revolutionaries’ Hall at Raj Bhawan in Mumbai.

Around 6pm PM Modi will be performing the Dwishatabdi Mahotsav of Mumbai Samachar at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Jagatguru Shresthatum Tukaram Maharaj Temple in Dehu Pune at 1:45 pm on Tuesday.

An official press release stated that Saint Tukaram was a Warkari saint and poet, known for his Abanga devotional poetry and community worship through spiritual songs known as kirtan.

He lived in Dhu.

The Sheila Mandir was built after his death, but was not officially built as a temple. It was reconstructed of stone with 36 peaks, and it also holds a statue of St. Tukaram.

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In Mumbai, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the Jal Bhushan Building, the official residence of Maharashtra Governor since 1885, and the Revolutionaries’ Gallery at Raj Bhawan.

Upon completion of its lifetime, Jal Bhushan was demolished and a new building was sanctioned in its place, the statement said, adding that the cornerstone of the new building was laid by the esteemed President of India in August 2019.

She added that all the distinctive features of the old building have been preserved in the newly constructed building.

In 2016, the then Governor of Maharashtra, Vidyasagar Rao, found a hideout in Raj Bhawan. The statement stated that the British had earlier used it as a secret storehouse for weapons and ammunition. The vault was renovated in 2019.

The Vaulted Revolutionaries Gallery has been developed to be a one-of-a-kind museum commemorating the contributions of freedom fighters and revolutionaries in Maharashtra, the statement said.

“It pays tribute to the contributions of Vasudev Balwant Vadke, the Chavikar brothers, the Savarkar brothers, Madam Bikaji Kama, VP Jujit, and the Naval Mutiny of 1946, among others,” she said.

In the evening, PM Modi will participate in Dwishatabdi Mahotsav from Mumbai Samachar at Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.

“The printing of Mumbai Samachar as a weekly newspaper was started on 1st July 1822 by Fardunjee Marzbanji. It later became a daily newspaper in 1832. The newspaper was published continuously for 200 years. In celebration of this unique act, a postage stamp will be issued on the occasion.”

Develop detailed security arrangements for the Prime Minister’s visit to Pune

Detailed security arrangements have been made for Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Dhow in Pune on Tuesday. Worshipers will be allowed to enter St. Tukaram Temple in a restricted manner on Sunday and Monday and will be banned on Tuesday, Indian Express Quoting the trustees as saying.

Senior police officials of Pimpri Chinchwad visited the temple as part of preparations for the celebration. In consultation with central security formations, a multi-level security cover has been put in place, officials said, adding that at the time of Prime Minister Modi’s visit, a large police force will be deployed to avoid any untoward incident, they said.

Prime Minister Modi, Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray to participate in the stage

Prime Minister Modi and Maharashtra Chief Minister Udhav Thackeray, who did not earlier attend the Prime Minister’s events, are expected to participate in the state in Mumbai today.

A spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Secretariat confirmed that CM Udhav Thackeray will attend both jobs in Mumbai on Tuesday.

As per the protocol, the chief minister of a state receives the chief minister whenever he is on a visit to the state. On April 24, CM Maharashtra skipped an event with PM Modi for his first Lata Mangeshkar award at Shanmukhananda Hall in Mumbai and didn’t even greet him at the airport.

Industry Minister Subhash Desai along with Mumbai’s Minister of Guard, Aditya Thackeray, greeted the Prime Minister at the airport.

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