Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on 10 September inaugurate the 10th three-day World Hindi Conference in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Modi has reached Bhopal and is currently addressing the rally at Lal Parade ground, he is expected to leave the city by around 1pm.
The arrangements were given final touches at the event venue Lal Parade Ground. The civic authorities also did their best to beautify the city on war footing on 9 September.
Tight security has been ensured in the wake of Modi's arrival in the city. The security arrangements would be handled by 18 SPs, 24 ASPs, 65 DSPs and 140 inspector rank police officials.
Unprecedented security arrangements have been made for the route that would lead to event venue from Airport. The event venue has been kept under strict vigil of 100 CCTV cameras.
Close to 2,000 policemen are manning the city areas. The PM's security arrangements have been made as per the provisions of the 'Blue Book'.
Heavy vehicles' entry into the city has been restricted from 6am in the morning. Airport road, Kamla Park road and VIP road would be closed to commuters from 9 am in the morning.
The event would see participation of intellectuals, delegates and Hindi lovers from 39 countries.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan himself monitored the arrangements on 9 September at Lal Parade Ground and later on took stock of preparations at State Hanger.