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President Murmu to arrive in AP today, will attend Navy Day celebrations in Visakhapatnam

The President will return to New Delhi from Tirupati on Monday

PTI Amaravati Published 04.12.22, 10:09 AM
Droupadi Murmu

Droupadi Murmu File image

President Droupadi Murmu will be on a two-day of tour of Andhra Pradesh from Sunday, wherein she will attend the Navy Day celebrations in Visakhapatnam, among other programmes.

The President will arrive in Vijayawada and proceed to the Raj Bhavan.


A civic reception will be hosted by the state government in her honour at Poranki village on the outskirts of Vijayawada. After a banquet, hosted by AP Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan, the President will fly to Visakhapatnam.

The Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces will be the chief guest at the Navy Day celebration at Ramakrishna Beach in Vizag, where she will witness the operational demonstration by the Indian Navy and also inaugurate in virtual mode various projects of the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

The President will inaugurate the National Open Air Range in Kurnool district and the Advanced Night Vision Products Factory of the Bharat Electronics Limited at Nimmakuru in Krishna district.

She will inaugurate the Rayachoti-Angallu section of the NH-340, a four-lane Road-over-Bridge on NH-205 and six-lane grade-separated structures on roads in Kurnool city, Dhone and service roads on NH-44.

Murmu will also lay the foundation stone for widening of Mudigubba-Puttaparthi stretch of NH-342 in Sri Satya Sai district.

The President will attend the Navy Day Reception at Ananthagiri in Visakhapatnam and later leave for temple-town Tirupati.

On Monday Murmu will worship Venkateswara Swamy at the Srivari temple on holy Tirumala Hills.

Later, she will visit the Sri Padmavati Mahila Viswavidyalayam in Tirupati and interact with students, faculty members, members of women self-help groups and women achievers.

The President will return to New Delhi from Tirupati on Monday.

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