Nagpur: Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse-Patil, will be on a busy 3-day tour of Vidarbha from Thursday, October 21.
The Home Minister will arrive in Nagpur at 9 pm on Thursday and will take a night-halt at Ravi Bhavan.
On Friday, the Home Minister will chair a few meetings and also attend various programmes. At 10.30 am, he will review the working of Nagpur Range Police, during a meeting at Police Gymkhana in Civil Lines. Special Inspector General Shering Dorje will present the review. At 12.30 pm, Fast Track DNA Units at Nagpur, Pune, and Mumbai, as well as Wildlife DNA Analysis Department will be dedicated to the public in a programme to be held at Regional Forensic Science Laboratory, Nagpur. WalsePatil will grace the programme. Similarly, the Home Minister will attend the inauguration of renovated 288 residential quarters in HUDCO Building.
At 2.50 pm, he will inaugurate the women’s rest room at Gittikhadan Police Station. He will also inaugurate the new building of Hudkeshwar Police Station at 3.15 pm. At 3.30 pm, he will inaugurate virtually the women’s rest rooms in five police stations, Hingna Police Post, and eight service quarters. He will join this online programme from VANAMATI Hall. At 4.30 pm, in a meeting at Police Gymkhana, the State Home Minister will take stock of law and order situation in Nagpur Police Commissionerate jurisdiction.
After a night-halt at Nagpur on Friday, Walse-Patil will proceed to Amravati on Saturday, October 23 by road at 7.30 am. At 10.30 am, the Minister will review the law and order in Amravati Police Range in the presence of Chandrakishore Meena, the Special Inspector General of Police, Amravati Range. At 12.30 pm, The Home Minister will review the law and order and other issues at Amravati Police Commissionerate. The Commissioner of Police Arti Singh will brief the Minister.
After attending the programmes, Walse-Patil will leave Amravati at 4 pm and return to Nagpur. He will board a flight to Mumbai at 7.40 pm.
The State Home Minister will also attend some programmes organised by Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) at Nagpur and Amravati.