Gujarat motera stadium named narendra modi stadium congress bjp

Motera Stadium, the world’s largest stadium, has been criticized for its naming of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Narendra Modi Stadium was inaugurated this morning by President Ramnath Kovind. The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sport’s enclave is being built in the stadium and a sports complex is also being constructed. In the meantime, there is much debate about the name of the stadium as Narendra Modi.

The Sardar Vallabhbhai Stadium has been converted into a Narendra Modi Stadium. What’s Next? Congress is wondering whether Narendra Modi’s face will stick to Sardar Vallabhbhai’s daughter.

Many people are doing different types of mimes and comparing the scenes of Munnabhai cinema. In all Pakistani circles, Narendra Modi’s birthday, notes, school books, your birthday will be celebrated as Modi Day.

The two ends of the pitch at Narendra Modi Stadium are named Reliance End and Adani End. Narendra Modi has taken up the issue with Rahul Gandhi.

Narendra Modi named the international stadium and Adani and Reliance named the pitch ends. Congress has criticized the idea that it will never forget the Godfathers.

BJP national secretary City Ravi has also tweeted that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi have declared themselves India’s jewels. The Nehru / Gandhi family members are named for the qualifiers, stadium, tournament and awards. These are all worthy. But if the Gujarat Cricket Association nominated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Motera stadium, the Congress would have called it a “wow, liberal wow”.

According to Ravishankar Prasad, the world’s largest statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai has been erected in Gujarat. No Congress leader has visited the statue so far.

The two ends of the pitch are deliberately named Adani End and Reliance End. People who are already annoyed by this name have to be annoyed. People who support Modi are sharing views on the social network that Bernal will deliver to those who criticize him.

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