Justin Bieber's crew is in India; singer to land later today in Mumbai amid tight security

While his crew posed happily for the cameras as they came out of the airport, it seems like Justin Bieber's entry in India won't be that public

Pop sensation Justin Bieber’s crew landed in India on May 7 and the Canadian singer is expected to arrive later today in Mumbai for his much-awaited India concert at the DY Patil Stadium on May 10. While his crew posed happily for the cameras as they came out of the airport, it seems like Justin’s entry in India won’t be that public.

The police have prepared a detailed security plan for Justin Bieber’s concert, which includes a cover of 500 personnel and use of drone cameras. Around 45,000 people are expected to attend the show. 25 officers will also be deployed for security, said Hemant Nagrale, Navi Mumbai police commissioner. Organisers have hired private security agencies for crowd management and ticket checking, he said.’

Nagrale added plain-clothes police personnel would keep a watch inside the stadium. A police control room will be set up at the venue, where feed from CCTV cameras would be monitored. Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad will check the stadium premises prior to the event and drone cameras would provide the live feed to the police control room, Nagrale said.

The organisers would be providing the parking facility for 15,000 vehicles at various places. Shuttle services would be provided between the parking space and the stadium. Not only this, the singer, who has often proclaimed his love for Indian food, will be offered cuisines representing 29 states.

The first day of the visit will entail a lavish dinner of royal cuisines served by butlers flown in especially from Rajasthan. On the second day, he will go on a guided tour of Mumbai and is expected to visit the Gateway of India, Kala Ghoda and Mani Bhavan, showcasing a mix of heritage and history. The mega concert on the third day will be followed by a private yacht party with live karaoke singing.

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(With inputs from PTI)

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