New Delhi: Ramleela Ground is all set to witness another history as the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal will be organized here.
Preparation was on full fledge for the last some days to give a new look to the grounds as it will witness the ceremony for the second time for the Kejriwal. It is expected that more than one lakhs people will gather to take a glimpse of the ceremony.
Security has been on top priority for the entire ground and full proof arrangements have been made for the same. According to sources, total 76 CCTV cameras have been installed inside the ground and around its periphery to secure the venue.
Apart from this, two monitoring units have been set up which will monitor the gathering with one taking care of 51 cameras while the other tracking the rest 25.
To take proper care of the venue and the functions, heavy arm forces including security forces have been deployed including security personnel drawn from ITBP, CRPF, CISF, SSB and Delhi Police for the security of the venue.
It is expected that more than one lakh people will be present on the occasion. According to sources, a total 40,000 seats have been put up and management have been trying to make more arrangements for the same.
Needless to say, there were more than one lakh people were gathered last time during the swearing in ceremony but this time the figure could be the large one.