Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the 36th National Games, which will be held in Gujarat for the first time. The Prime Minister will declare the Games open at a gala ceremony in the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad’s Motera district.
On the eve of the inauguration, around 600 ‘Made in India’ drones put up a scintillating display over the Sabarmati Riverfront. The drone show was organized to mark the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Ahmedabad and also to mark
During the drone show, an image of the Sardar Patel statue with the message “Unity” was displayed over the riverfront. Drones were also used to create slogans and messages such as ‘Welcome Hon’ble PM,’ 75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Vande Gujarat, and the tricolour map of India.
The National Games will be held from September 29 to October 12. The Prime Minister will be in election-bound Gujarat for two days starting Thursday, during which he will also be inaugurating projects worth thousands of crores of Rupees.
The PM will begin his visit from Surat where he will launch various projects worth Rs 3,400 crore, including the inauguration of the main entrance gate and phase-1 works of Diamond Research and Mercantile (DREAM) City, and then address a gathering in the Limbayat area.
The Prime Minister will then travel to Bhavnagar, where he will launch projects worth nearly Rs 6,000 crore. In Bhavnagar, he would lay the groundwork for the world’s first CNG terminal as well as a brownfield port. He will then conduct a two-kilometer roadshow before speaking to a crowd in Bhavnagar’s Jawahar Chowk area.
In the evening, the prime minister will declare the 36th National Games open. Prime Minister Modi will conclude the first day of his two-day visit to Gujarat by attending the Gujarat government’s Navratri festival at the GMDC ground in Ahmedabad.