PM to visit Kerala

December 14, 2015
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PM Narendra Modi to visit Kerala on December 14th and 15th
PM Modi to address the Combined Commanders’ Conference on INS Vikramaditya on 15th December
PM Modi to visit Thrissur, Kochi, Kollam and Varkala in Kerala
PM Modi to inspect a Tri-Service Guard of Honour at INS Garuda near Kochi
PM Narendra Modi to interact with soldiers, sailors and airmen on board INS Vikramaditya
PM Narendra Modi to unveil a statue of Shri R. Shankar, former CM of Kerala, at Sreenarayana College, Kollam
PM Narendra Modi to visit Sivagiri Mutt in Kerala

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, will visit Kerala on 14th and 15th December, 2015.

After landing in Kochi on the afternoon of 14th December, the Prime Minister will proceed to Thrissur, where he will address a public meeting.

On the morning of 15th December, the Prime Minister will arrive at INS Garuda, near Kochi, where he will inspect a Tri-Service Guard of Honour.

The Prime Minister will then proceed to INS Vikramaditya by helicopter. He will address the Combined Commanders' Conference, which is being held on an aircraft carrier. The Prime Minister will witness an operational demonstration, and interact with soldiers, sailors and airmen. During his address at the Combined Commanders' Conference in Delhi last October, PM Modi had suggested that such conferences could be held outside the capital and this time, the conference is being organised in Kerala, on board INS Vikramaditya.

On the afternoon of 15th December, the Prime Minister unveil a statue of Shri R. Shankar, former Chief Minister of Kerala, at Sreenarayana College, Kollam. He will also address the gathering.

The Prime Minister will visit Sivagiri Mutt at Varkala and pay his respects to Sreenarayana Guru. He will plant a sapling and briefly address the gathering there.

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