SPG team in Chennai; inspects security measures for PM visit
Chennai: An eight-member high-level Special
Protection Group (SPG) team from Delhi on Wednesday inspected the
security measures for the visit of Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh and AICC President Sonia Gandhi to the city on March 13
to inaugurate the new assembly complex.
The team headed by Inspector General Rajesh Chandra
attended the advance security meeting and held discussions
with police and other airport security officials about the
measures for the arrival and departure of Singh, Gandhi and
other VIPs, airport sources said.
The team inspected the airport complex area and proceeded
to the Assembly complex.
The SPG team would also visit the Raj Bhavan and the IIT
Madras campus, where the Prime Minister was expected to attend
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