The venue has been sealed by the state police. The police said that checking of all vehicles coming to and leaving Jammu is being conducted at various security points across the city.

Modi's rally in Jammu is scheduled for December 1.

DGP Ashok Prasad, who visited the venue to review security arrangements, directed that the dais be built in the presence of policemen and the material used is properly checked.

MAM Stadium, which is the venue of Modi’s rally, has been made out of bounds for general public till the rally day. Policemen with sniffer dogs and metal detectors have sanitized the stadium.

The police and paramilitary forces have been deployed in and outside the stadium complex as the first tier of the security.

The BJP, which is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that Modi's rally is a grand success, has set up a control room and constituted 23 teams to ensure that the event is conducted smoothly.

Giant television screens have been installed for the people, who cannot get access to the rally venue, and BJP workers are going door-to-door asking people to turn up for the event.

"We urge the youth to participate in Modi's Lalkar rally in Jammu in a big way and make it a mega event, paving the way for change both in Centre and J&K," Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha President Anurag Thakur said.


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