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Modi’s swearing-in: Fans offer free services

Namo tea stall; Free pickup-drop facility

Team Udayavani, May 30, 2019, 4:51 PM IST

Mangaluru: With the entire nation gearing up for Narendra Modi;s swearing-in ceremony for the second consecutive term as the prime minister, the coastal city too is all set to observe the event on LED screens here on Thursday May 30th.

Along with seating arrangements, sound and visual arrangements have also been made at the District BJP office at Kodialbail for the live telecast of Mr Modi’s swearing-in ceremony from 6:30pm onwards.

Free pickup-drop facility

Over a dozen auto rickshaw drivers have voluntarily come up to give free pick up and drop facility for the public within 5km range of the city. Meanwhile, Kotian bus which functions between Moodbidri and Mangaluru via Kinnigoli will be providing free service as well.

Namo tea stall

MLA Vedavyas Kamath inaugurated ‘Namo Tea Stall’ in the city on the eve of Modi’s swearing-in ceremony. He distributed free tea to all the Modi fans and give his best wishes to Modi Fan Club.

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