State secretarriat sources said that the PM would arrive at the NSC Bose International Airport from Delhi by a special flight in the afternoon and fly to the RCTC ground in the city by a helicopter.
The Prime Minister is scheduled to launch three flagship social security schemes - Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY), Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY) at a function.

Modi would then meet Swami Atmasthananda Maharaj of Ramakrishna Math and Mission Order at the Ramakrishna Mission  Seva Pratisthan in south Kolkata, where he had been admitted on February 21.
Swami Atmasthananda Maharaj, President of the Order started by Swami Vivekananda, is 97 years old and is suffering from old age-related illness.

"Modiji treats him as his guru and wants to meet him since our Maharaj has grown very old and is in hospital for a long time. When both of them were in Rajkot, Modi used to go to him to seek guidance," said Subirananda Maharaj, assistant secretary of the Math.
After staying overnight at the Raj Bhavan, the Prime Minister would pay a visit to Belurmath, global headquarters of the organisation, on May 10.

"Belur Math is very close to his (Modi's) heart. He will come here to visit the temples and pay obeisance to Swami Vivekananda," the Math and Mission sources said.

After Modi won the Lok Sabha elections last year, the head monk had congratulated him and invited him to visit the Math. During his last visit to Belur Math in 2013, Modi hadspent some private moments in Vivekananda's room where he also meditated.
Modi will leave Belur Math for Burnpur in Burdwan district by a helicopter to inaugurate the refurbished IISCO plant before to end his engagements in the state.

Latest News from India News Desk