The Sardar Patel stadium is to be renovated by the Gujarat cricket association according to reports. The Sardar Patel stadium which is popularly known as the ‘Motera’ Stadium is under reconstruction to make it the largest stadium in the world. Parimal Nathwani the Gujarat cricket association Vice President handed over the letter of acceptance to L&T director M.V Sathish.
Nathwani announced the good news on twitter. He wrote “Extremely happy that on behalf of #GCA #LoA to construct world’s largest #CricketStadium #Motera #Ahmedabad handed over to @Larsen_Tourbro.”.
The plan is to boost up the capacity of the Motera stadium from 55,000 to 90,000 after the renovation. The completion of the project will see the Motera stadium become the largest one in the world and it will also be level with the Melbourne Cricket Ground as far as the seating capacity is concerned.
The project is a part of the vision of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is steps to develop infrastructure in India and in his home state of Gujarat particularly. The renovation work is all set to start under the guidance of GCA chief and BJP National President Shri Amit Shah. The office bearers of GCA and L&T were present at the ceremonial event where GCA Vice President Mr Parimal Nathwani handed over the letter of acceptance to L&T Director M.V Sathish.
The venue is all set to have two adjacent practice grounds and a place for playing football is also being planned to be set up. The project which is a landmark event in the history of the GCA will enter the record books once the project gets completed. A training club and a GCA club are also being planned.
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