Narendra Modi Named After World Largest Cricket Stadium

Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister has now had a stadium named after him by the nation’d President Ramnath Kovind.

The Stadium he was named after is actually the biggest cricket stadium in the world and which is located in Ahmedabad.

The announcement took everyone aback and was made during the kick off match the nation and England.

The world’s biggest stadium is 110,000 seater stadium and was constructed by the Prime Minister by in 2014 was a pet project.

The stadium was life long vision of the prime minister who wanted a structure that is magical, spectacular and daunting in size so that it is different from other stadiums.

The stadium cost a staggering $100-million but was worth it as it broke the record formerly held by Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia which was formerly the largest since 1853.

It was opened during the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cricket Stadium by Narendra Modi the prime minister during his Mega rally which US Ex President Donald Trump was present.

Irrespective of the fact that crickets is a very popular sport in the country, there numerous other stadium that can conveniently host international competitions.

Being the most popular sport in India, the Government pays great attention to it as it now a norm in the country.


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