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The program to be held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat on February 24 to welcome US President Donald Trump, will be named Kem Chop Trump, not Namaste Trump. New Delhi, agency. 'kem Cho Trump' not 'Hello Trump', sir! Yes, the program to be held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat on February 24 to welcome US President Donald Trump, will be named after Trump, not Namaste Trump. Why this was done has not been reported. However, according to reports, the Modi government has changed the name to give the program a national face.
According to media reports, it has been decided to keep the program 'Namaste Trump' instead of Kem Cho Trump. The reason for this is that this program should not be seen as associated with any particular area or community. An attempt is being made to give this program a national pane, because the US President's visit to a country is a global issue. It is being told that for this, the State Government has been asked to prepare the necessary instructions and the necessary publicity material accordingly. US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's roadshow in Ahmedabad has confirmed the security. More than 10,000 policemen, led by 25 senior IPS officers, will be deployed for this program. Trump, who is coming to India for the first time on a two-day visit, will attend a road show in Ahmedabad and also visit the Sabarmati Ashram. Along with this, Trump is also inaugurating the newly constructed cricket stadium in Motera .
India looks forward to the visit of the US President to India. It is expected that several important agreements may be reached between India and the United States during this period. Here, American experts in South Asian affairs are holding high hopes for President Donald Trump's visit to India. He says that this tour will be completely successful in many ways. However, in the last few days, Donald Trump had made it clear that we will compromise only if it is in accordance with the interests of America.
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