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GUWAHATI, Jan 29 - In view of the Global Investors� Summit (GIS) as Advantage Assam to be held on February 3 and 4, an important meeting was held today at the Circuit House here, where the Deputy Commissioner Kamrup (M) Dr M Angamuthu reviewed the preparation with all the departments concerned, police, GMC and GMDA officials .

Security-related instructions were given to the officials concerned in view of the scheduled arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the summit on February 3. From the LGBI Airport, the PM will go to the Veterinary field helipad and from there to the Sarusajai Stadium by car.

The responsibility of LGBI Airport was entrusted to ADC Khitish Pegu, Circle Officer of Sonapur Dr Dhruba Jyoti Hazarika and Circle Officer of Azara Maharshi Kashyap.

With the possibility of VVIPs visiting the Kamakhya temple, instructions were given for adequate arrangements on the temple premises.

Nearly 2,500 investors are expected to gather at the Sarusajai Stadium from India and abroad for the meet. Their accommodations have been arranged at the Vivanta by Taj and Radisson Blu Hotel. The district administration will set up a help desk at each hotel.

Dr Angamuthu asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to set up high-end and strong barricades at all the buffer zone of the national highway. He also asked the officials concerned to expedite the cleanliness and beautification work and illuminate the entire stretch of the NH from LGBI Airport to Khanapara and other parts of the city.

The DC also directed the police to remove all vehicles from the buffer zone of the NH with the help of the transport department. GMDA with the help of GMC will do the illumination works at all the city flyovers with ornamental lights.

GMC Commissioner Monalisa Goswami informed that 95 per cent of illumination work has been completed. Guwahati Mayor Mrigen Sarania asked the official of various departments to do some innovative work from their own end to attract the delegates from India and abroad.

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DC reviews preparations for Investors� Summit

GUWAHATI, Jan 29 - In view of the Global Investors� Summit (GIS) as Advantage Assam to be held on February 3 and 4, an important meeting was held today at the Circuit House here, where the Deputy Commissioner Kamrup (M) Dr M Angamuthu reviewed the preparation with all the departments concerned, police, GMC and GMDA officials .

Security-related instructions were given to the officials concerned in view of the scheduled arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the summit on February 3. From the LGBI Airport, the PM will go to the Veterinary field helipad and from there to the Sarusajai Stadium by car.

The responsibility of LGBI Airport was entrusted to ADC Khitish Pegu, Circle Officer of Sonapur Dr Dhruba Jyoti Hazarika and Circle Officer of Azara Maharshi Kashyap.

With the possibility of VVIPs visiting the Kamakhya temple, instructions were given for adequate arrangements on the temple premises.

Nearly 2,500 investors are expected to gather at the Sarusajai Stadium from India and abroad for the meet. Their accommodations have been arranged at the Vivanta by Taj and Radisson Blu Hotel. The district administration will set up a help desk at each hotel.

Dr Angamuthu asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to set up high-end and strong barricades at all the buffer zone of the national highway. He also asked the officials concerned to expedite the cleanliness and beautification work and illuminate the entire stretch of the NH from LGBI Airport to Khanapara and other parts of the city.

The DC also directed the police to remove all vehicles from the buffer zone of the NH with the help of the transport department. GMDA with the help of GMC will do the illumination works at all the city flyovers with ornamental lights.

GMC Commissioner Monalisa Goswami informed that 95 per cent of illumination work has been completed. Guwahati Mayor Mrigen Sarania asked the official of various departments to do some innovative work from their own end to attract the delegates from India and abroad.

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