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‘Howdy Modi’ : India gets ready for US President Donald Trump’s visit

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President Trump is likewise expected to visit the Statue of Unity, the world’s tallest statue at a tallness of 182 meters, situated on a waterway, situated inverse the Sardar Sarovar Dam on stream Narmada.

India being a potential travel goal on the agenda of US President Donald Trump who is relied upon to be in India in the most recent seven day stretch of February, the state government has started arrangements for his celebratory welcome.

Individuals mindful of the advancements stated, Trump will be facilitated in Gujarat, which has a sizeable diaspora in the US.

On Wednesday, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said the administration is as yet working out the subtleties of the projects to be planned for the visit, yet there is a probability of an assembly on the lines of occasions held during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the US and the United Kingdom.

During his last visit to the US, PM Modi tended to perhaps the greatest assembly, made-up generally of the Indian diaspora in Texas, as a major aspect of the ‘Howdy Modi’ occasion.

On whether such an open gathering will be led for Trump, Rupani stated, “We are planning something; there is a proposal to inaugurate the world’s biggest stadium, with a capacity of 1.10 lakh. There will be a big rally of over a lakh for both the leaders; they are both tall, world leaders who will be together on a stage, so we will have something.”

President Trump is likewise expected to visit the Statue of Unity, the world’s tallest statue at a tallness of 182 meters, situated on a stream, situated inverse the Sardar Sarovar Dam on Waterway Narmada.

Gujarat, which has exchange ties with China and Japan, is looking at coordinated efforts with the United States in the IT area.

“We are expecting some collaboration in the IT sector and with the US universities. We have already signed a twin-state pact with New Jersey (which has a large Gujarati disapora) for collaboration in various sectors such as education, tourism and infrastructure,” Rupani said.

Since accepting office in 2014, PM Modi has facilitated a few heads of nations in his home territory of Gujarat, including the Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, PM of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu and the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon.

Gabriel Fetterman

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