Modi in Kashmir: Srinagar stadium draped in tricolour; Omar Abdullah's big claim ,10 points

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit for the 'Viksit Bharat Viksit Jammu Kashmir' program.

Drones and CCTV cameras are being used for surveillance while foot patrolling by the security forces has been intensified in a two-kilometre radius around the venue.

Srinagar Police has imposed a temporary ban on the flying of drones and quadcopters in the city. Srinagar has been designated a "Temporary Red Zone" 

Marine commandos have been deployed in Jhelum River and Dal Lake to prevent the use of these water bodies for any subversive activities.

BJP leaders said they are expecting around one lakh attendees at PM Modi's first rally in the Valley since the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019

National Conference leader Omar Abdullah has hit out at the Jammu and Kashmir administration for allegedly coercing government employees to attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Srinagar.

Abdullah claimed that thousands of employees were compelled to gather before dawn and transported to the venue under threat of disciplinary action..

He accused the government of orchestrating the crowd to give a false impression of support for the BJP, asserting that attendees were not there willingly.

He further alleged that private schools were also coerced into providing buses for transporting employees to the rally.

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