Lucknow: Tight security arrangements would be made for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Chandrabhan village in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh on May 25, a senior officer said today.
"We have received some instructions from the Centre regarding PM visit, though we have not got minute to minute programme yet," IG (law and order) A Satish Ganesh told reporters here.
He said SSP Mathura and DIG have been asked to give details of resources required by today evening.
"As far as they have indicated additional force required will be three SPs, 10 ASPs, 30 DySPs, 50 SHOs/SOs, 350 SIs, 1050 constables and 10 to 12 companies of PAC," he said.
The IG said that DG (security) Gopal Gupta has been made the nodal officers for preparations.
"Tomorrow Chief Secretary, DGP, Principal Secretary (Home) and officers of other departments will review the preparation through video conferencing," he said.