India is all set to greet the US President Donald Trump for his two-day visit to the nation on February 24 and 25. Trump is scheduled to visit Gujarat and Taj Mahal. What India would be benefited from the US president’s visit? After Obama’s visit in last Modi government’s tenure, Trump visit India in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term. Modi visited the US last time to attend Howdy Modi (How are you Modi) event aligned to greet Modi where Trump shared dias with Modi.
Trump’s visit in the back drop of abrogation of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and the amendment of citizenship amendment bill is significant. India could win the support for the administrative move amid international community raise eyebrows over the matter. Even the US took a stand which is passive over the matter. The UN asked to re-consider the scrapping of article 370.
The trade issues between India and the US are learned to have resolved in previous diplomatic discussions. The deliberations were made during the meeting between Piyush Goyal, Union Commerce and Industry minister and his US counterpart Leghthizer in November. The discussions paved way for an initial trade package in which two countries are looking for an equitable market access.
India could have won the support of the US against Pakistan over the nation’s retaliation over Pulwama terror attack in which 44 army men killed in an army truck.
Trade issues started between India the US when the US imposed high customs duties on steel and aluminum products. The increased tax affected India’s export of these things to the US.
The programme ‘Namaste Trump’ set to be conducted at Sardar Patel stadium in Ahmadabad, how far it would help to boost Indian commerce, trade, and diplomatic scenario.