Gujarat: Speaker takes stock of preparations for two-day officers’ meet in Kevadia

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    Gujarat: Speaker takes stock of preparations for two-day officers’ meet in Kevadia

    By: Express News Service|Vadodara |

    November 22, 2020 4: 58: 05 am





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    With preparations on in full swing for the two-day 80 th All India Presiding Officers Conference (AIPOC) to be held at the Statue of Unity Tent City in Kevadia in Narmada district on November 25 and 26, Gujarat Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi, on Saturday, analyzed the arrangements. Trivedi, who chaired a conference with the district administration to examine the preparations stated that the conference would talk about the unified coordination in between the executive, the legislature and the judiciary.

    Thanking the Speaker of the Lok Sabha for choosing the Statue of Unity for the Conference, Trivedi stated, “The direct presence and guidance of the President, Vice President, Speaker of Lok Sabha as well as online concluding speech by the Prime Minister and the pledge for National Unity in the background of the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel will make the conference unforgettable.”

    The theme for this year’s Conference is ‘Unified Coordination in between Legislature, Executive and Judiciary- Key to a Vibrant Democracy’. President Ram Nath Kovind will inaugurate the AIPOC.

    This will be the first time that the President and the Vice President will go to the conference and the very first where the Prime Minister will provide an address virtually. Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat and Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will be the guests of the conference. The conference is likely to be participated in by House Minister Amit Shah, the Chairpersons of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha along with Speakers of 33 State Legislative Assemblies in addition to their teams.

    The district administration has begun carrying out necessary Covid19 tests on personnel and authorities, who will be going to the event. R S Kashyap, District Medical Officer, Narmada, stated that close to 6,000 persons will undergo Covid-19 tests. This consists of the personnel of the tourist destinations of the Statue of Unity complex and the Camping tent City, where the state delegations will be installed, in addition to security personnel. “We are anticipating an optimum of about 2,000 dignitatries coming for the conference. Everyone will go through the Covid test,” Kashyap stated.

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