Vice President Venkaiah Naidu in Jamshedpur today, security to keep hawk-eye vigil

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To release commorative stamp today 

Jamshedpur, Feb 16: East Singhbhum district administration in association with Tata Steel has taken major steps for successful hosting of Vice President Venkaiah Naidu in city tomorrow. He will arrive in the city at 10 am.

“We are all geared up for the event. The administration is following the norms laid out by the Vice President’s office.  We have formed different cells to look into various activities and a review meeting of the cells is being held on a daily basis,” said East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Ravi Shankar Shukla who visited the venue in the evening.


Vice President Venkaiah Naidu will release a commemorative stamp marking 100 years of Jamshedpur in a mega event  at Tata auditorium. He will also release a coffee table on Jamshedpur. Governor Droupadi Murmu and TV Narendran, CEO & managing director, Tata Steel will be present on the occasion. The one hour long event will kick off at 10:30 am.


 Officials of the company said that the event is being organised to mark 100 years of the city. The stamp that has been designed in consultation with postal department depicts the diversity of the city. 


The senior citizens of the city along representatives from the business houses along with school students will participate in the event. The officials added that the district administration will take over security arrangements of the venue.  


“Year 2019 was significant year as on January 2 steel city  completed 100 years of getting its name as Jamshedpur. Moreover, the Tata Workers’ Union also celebrated its centenary year,” said the official. He said that the event is being organised to mark the 100 years of the city. 


According to information, Naidu will also visit Ram Mandir at Bistupur after releasing the stamp. Security has also been tightened near the mandir premises.
Meanwhile, a special security mock drill was also conducted by the security personnel to ensure foolproof arrangements in place. 

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