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Updated on:

24 February 2021

9:33 pm (ACTUAL)


54 minutes ago

President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated the Narendra Modi Stadium on Wednesday, which is now the world’s largest cricket stadium with a capacity of 1.32000 seats is

The Sardar Patel Stadium, popularly known as the Motera Stadium, extends over 63 hectares and has 11 parking spaces on the square It also has a unique underground drainage system that allows the wet soil to be drained in 30 minutes

It’s no surprise that Narendra Modi Stadium, formerly known as Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, has pavilions named after Adani & Reliance Waah Modi Ji Waah! Https://tco / DrmgWN8BQo ImageTwittercom / tvkYMcvRnC

“It is a coincidence that then President Giani Zail Singh was here when the old stadium was being built and now that it has been reconstructed and renamed after the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, I had the opportunity to be here” said the president after the inauguration ceremony

Previously, the President and First Lady Savita Kovind also conducted the “Bhumi Pujan” of the proposed Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sports Enclave

The proposed facility will include a bicycle velodrome, water center, indoor sports center, tennis center and athletics soccer stadium when completed.The multi-sport facility on the Sabarmati riverside will also include hotels, retail stores and food courts

Union Interior Minister Amit Shah, who is also MP for Gandhinagar, said the inauguration and plans for the sports enclave are just a start for bigger things

“It will not be fair for me to talk about the stadium and not discuss our Prime Minister Narendra Bhai Modi’s long-term vision on sports,” said Shah at the inauguration

“When we got permission to renovate the old Narendra Bhai Stadium, it was CM He told us to stop thinking little about Gujarat Gujarat me sirf bada hoga (always think big about Gujarat,” he said.) / p>

“Today the Mr. President also performed the Bhumi Pujan of the Patel Sports Enclave by Sardar Vallabhbhai. Modiji first made this a cultural city and now we are also becoming a sports city. Once we’re done, we can host big meetings in the future, be it at the Asian Games or the Olympic Games, “said Interior Minister

Minister of Sport Kiren Rijiju was also present on this occasion, who thanked the Prime Minister for donating an important sports facility to India

“As young India we would dream of a day when we could call the largest stadium our own I stand here as a proud Indian and Minister of Sports, when the largest cricket stadium in the world is here and the dream comes true” he said

“It’s not only the largest, it’s also one of the most modern stadiums,” he added

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