At 10 a.m., the prime minister will land at HAL airport and drive to Vidhana Soudha.
On Friday, November 11, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bengaluru, the Vande Bharat Express and Terminal 2 at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) will be formally launched. The state of the transportation sector in Karnataka would dramatically improve as a result.
At the airport, Modi will dedicate the much-anticipated statue of Bengaluru’s founder Kempegowda on the occasion of Kanakadasa Jayanthi, and at Vidhana Soudha, he will pay floral tribute to the poet-saint Kanakadasa.
The most recent information about Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Bengaluru is provided below.
At 10.30 a.m., he would participate in Jagadguru Niranjanananda Puri Mahaswamiji’s flower tribute to the statues of Kanakadasa and Valmiki.
At 10:40, Modi’s motorcade is expected to arrive at Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station. He will flag off the Vande Bharat Express and the Bharat Gaurav Kashi Darshan for Chennai at 11 a.m. from platforms 7 and 8, respectively.
He will next travel by vehicle to the Airforce Training Command Center in Hebbal at around 11.10 a.m. He will next fly in a helicopter to the airport in Bengaluru, where he will arrive at 11.40 to declare the anxiously awaited Terminal 2 open. At roughly 12.10 p.m., he will probably dedicate the nation to the 108-foot-tall bronze statue of Kempegowda.
At a stage event near the airport venue, the chief minister Basavaraj Bommai will address the public at around one o’clock. Modi is also supposed to unveil the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUTH) 2.0 initiative at 1.10 p.m. At approximately 1:35 pm, he is set to begin speaking.
During PM Modi’s visit, Bengaluru traffic constraints would be in place from 8 am to 2 pm. Junction CTO, Police Sankey Road, Queen’s Road, Ballari Road, Palace Road, Race Track Road, Thimmaiah Junction, Airport Elevated Chord, and Maharani Bridge to the Railway station entrance on Seshadri Road, Shanthala Junction to Mysore Bank Circle on K G road, and Khodey Underpass to PF are among the areas surrounding the Kempegowda International Airport where driving is prohibited
As per Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Ravikanthe Gowda, visitors to and from the airport should utilise the Hennur-Kothanur-Bagalur-Begur Backgate since the prime minister’s visit has caused the closure of the Kempegowda International Airport Raised Chord.
The police have diverted traffic on Friday between 7 am and 3 pm. Heavy vehicle access into the city has also been prohibited; instead, utilise the outer ring road (ORR).
The following is a list of the traffic detours:
Mysore Bank Circle: If you’re going from Mysore Bank Circle to Palace Road, take K G Road.
Take Raj Bhavan Road to Basaveshwara Junction from LRDE Junction.
Trilight Junction: When leaving Maurya Junction, vehicles should turn left at Race View Circle before turning left again at Shivananda Circle to go to Nehru Circle.
When approaching Windsor Manor from K K Road, vehicles should make a left turn at Shivananda Circle and proceed via Nehru Circle. Junction Race View.
Town Hall, Mysore Bank Circle, Basaveshwara Circle, Windsor Manor, Mekhri Circle, Hebbal, Yelahanka, Chikkajala, Sadahalli Gate, Kannamangala, Devanahalli bypass U-turn in the direction of the Kannamangala Gate, Service Road, and the Bhuvanahalli parking area
Ballari Road, Yelahanka, Chikajala, Sadahalli Gate, Kannangala, and Devanahalli bypass Turn around and head for the Bhuvanahalli parking lot, Service Road, and Kannamangala Gate. Miller’s Road, Main Road in J C Nagar, and Mekhri Circle turn around.