New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to participate in the Cricket World Cup final to be held at ‘Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium’ in Ahmedabad on Sunday evening. With a capacity of more than 130,000 spectators, this stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the world. It is expected that the Prime Minister will watch the match between India and Australia, because the Indian cricket team is considered a strong contender for the World Cup title. Apart from Prime Minister Modi, several top officials of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former World Cup-winning captains are expected to be present at the stadium. The presence of these cricket icons adds to the excitement surrounding the much-awaited World Cup final.
PM Modi’s packed schedule
Prime Minister Modi’s schedule for Sunday includes addressing meetings in Rajasthan’s Tarangar and Jhunjhunu. These speeches are strategically timed in the context of the upcoming Rajasthan Legislative Assembly elections. After concluding his programs in Rajasthan, the Prime Minister will leave for Gujarat. He is expected to reach Ahmedabad airport around 4.30 pm, where he will be welcomed by Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel. Upon reaching Raj Bhavan, Prime Minister Modi will leave for the ‘Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium’ around 5 pm, just in time for the World Cup final, as per protocol. Notably, chief ministers of states like Assam and Meghalaya are also expected to participate in the final showdown.
The final match between India and Australia promises to be a spectacular match, with the ‘Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium’ providing the perfect backdrop. This stadium, a symbol of India’s cricketing prowess, will witness intense competition on the field and the presence of dignitaries off the field. After the World Cup final, Prime Minister Modi is expected to return to Raj Bhavan for dinner, extending his stay in Ahmedabad by night. After this, on Monday he will resume his political commitments and will go from Gujarat to Rajasthan for election campaign.