'Namaste Trump': India awaits your arrival, Modi tells Trump

VAMAKSHI RASTOGI 24/02/2020 09:21:43

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday to leave for Ahmedabad shortly, to welcome US President Donald Trump on his first official visit to India. Early on Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah reached Ahmedabad ahead of US President Donald Trump's visit to the city. Home Minister is expected to stay till Monday evening when Trump and US delegation will leave for Agra.

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This has to mentioned that, Shah is also the President of 'Gujarat Cricket Association' (GCA) that owns the newly-built cricket stadium at Motera, where Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would address over one lakh people in the event named as 'Namaste Trump'. 

Donald Trump is accompanied by his wife Melania, daughter Ivanka and delegations that are scheduled to reach Ahmedabad around in afternoon. 
Grand preprations have been made for high profile visit. Thousand of people are expected to line up in streets of Ahmedabad to great the two leaders to during their roadshow. 

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Around 15 students from Sabarmati Gurukilam will perform 'Mallakhamba' during the roadshow. 
After the roadshow, US President will visit Sabarmati Ashram, where three charis have been placed on the riverside for Modi, Trump and his wife Melania. Later in the evening, Trump is scheduled to visit epitome of love 'Taj Mahal' before arrival to the national Capital of India. 

Along with India, Prime Minister Modi is eagerly waiting for the Trump's visit to India. Before leaving to India Donald Trump shared the video on his twitter handle, captioned as departuring to India. Prime Minister Modi retweeted to it. His tweet reads, "India awaits your arrival @POTUS@realDonaldTrump! Your visit is definitely going to further strengthen the friendship between our nations.See you very soon in Ahmedabad."

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