Trump-Modi to hold 22km roadshow in Ahmedabad; over 50,000 to attend

AHMEDABAD: More than 50,000 people are expected to line up along the 22km route of the roadshow of US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on February 24, Ahmedabad mayor Bijal Patel said on Friday.
The mayor said that this may possibly be the longest roadshow in the city for a visiting dignitary. As per the route plan given to the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) by authorities, Trump and Modi will first reach the Sabarmati Ashram, a place closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi, from the international airport.
From the Sabarmati Ashram, both the leaders would take the SP Ring Road via the Indira Bridge near the airport to reach the newly built cricket stadium in Motera, said Patel.
“It will be a 22-km-long roadshow, perhaps the longest roadshow ever held in the city. As per our estimate, over 50,000 people, including BJP workers, would greet the leaders on the entire route. Volunteers from 300 organisations and NGOs would also take part in the roadshow,” she added.
Patel and AMC officials held a meeting on Friday with representatives of social, cultural and religious organisations expected to take part in the roadshow.
People from different states would wear traditional attire during the mega event, the BJP leader informed.
Earlier this week, it was announced that Trump, during his two-day India visit, would take part in a grand roadshow in Ahmedabad and also tour the Sabarmati Ashram and inaugurate a newly-built cricket stadium with Modi on February 24.
Trump and Modi would also address a gathering at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Motera.
The seating capacity of the sprawling stadium is 1.10 lakh and over a lakh people are likely to be present at the gathering.

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