Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday started his three-day visit to Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Puducherry.
According to sources as quoted by ANI, the visit, which is scheduled between April 22 and April 24, will include mixed programmes from public events to political engagements.
The home minister, during his visit to Madhya Pradesh today will be participating in 48th All India Police Science Congress (AIPSC) Meet in Bhopal as a chief guest.
Madhya Pradesh Police in association with the Home Ministry and the Bureau of Police Research and Development is organizing the event at the police headquarters in Bhopal. Police officers, academicians, researchers, and judicial and scientific experts will present their papers at the meeting.
The Home Minister will visit Bihar to pay tributes to freedom fighter Veer Kunwar Singh on April 23.
Shah will also attend a program in Jagdishpur town of Bihar's Arrah district on the same day.
"The programme will be a non-political event. The coming generation will be informed about the sacrifice of Veer Kunwar Singh. The programme will be organized under the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to celebrate the 75th year of India's independence," said sources.
On April 23, the Home Minister will reach Puducherry to attend some public and political events, the ANI report said.
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