Acknowledging Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation, the US First Lady quoted his tweet and said that she is "Looking forward to visiting Ahmedabad & New Dehli later this month. (sic)"
Thank you @narendramodi for the kind invitation. Looking forward to visiting Ahmedabad & New Dehli later this month… https://t.co/LJqz7cOrV7— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 1581525445000
The PM, 'delighted' about the couple's visit, had tweeted on Wednesday morning that "India will accord a memorable welcome to our esteemed guests."
“He (PM Modi) said we’ll have millions and millions ...He thinks we’ll have 5-7 million people from the airport to the new (Motera) stadium,” Trump said on Tuesday, confirming his India trip, while suggesting his rallies in the US would pale in comparison to the one he anticipates in India.
“He (Modi) is a great gentleman. He is a friend of mine,” Trump added.
Modi will accompany Trump around the Sabarmati Ashram, including Hriday Kunj, where Mahatma Gandhi lived. Both leaders will attend the ‘inauguration’ of the revamped Motera stadium, officially named the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium, now the largest cricket stadium in the world. The duo will hold a ‘Kem Chho Trump’ event, on the lines of 'Howdy Modi' held in Houston, in the stadium which has a capacity to accommodate 1.25 lakh people.
The US President and his wife will reach Delhi where he and PM Modi will hold talks on February 25. The couple is expected to check in to the National Capital's ITC Maurya, a part of which has been revamped for the state visit.
The last US President to get a rousing street-level public reception in India was Dwight Eisenhower in December 1959. He was welcomed at the Delhi airport by then President Rajendra Prasad, Prime Minister Nehru, Vice-President Radhakrishnan and the entire Union Cabinet before being driven to Rashtrapati Bhavan with thousands thronging the streets.
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mohanqp Thomas345 days ago
The necessary evil is the huge spending by poor countries for buying arms, which keeps employment & income of these rich countries intact. India should bear in mind that we cannot afford these costly toys. We require huge sums for infra & education.