US President Donald Trump is all decked up to visit India. On 24th February Trump reached India and was welcomed with a wholehearted smile from Narendra Modi.
Meanwhile, Trump has been busy with his hectic schedule planned for exploring India.
We as guests are not doing our best on displaying rightly written hoardings as errors surfaced on the hoarding placed on the VVIP route from Kheria airbase to the Taj Mahal.
A hoarding featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Trump placed in front of Hotel Amar on Fatehabad road reads ‘Do Mahan Desh, Ek Bemisal Dosti’ (two great nations, one matchless friendship).
The message written in Hindi has a mistake in the word ‘Bemisal’.
Another hoarding placed by Agra Municipal Corporation (AMC) has a spelling mistake and it seems like the guys of social media are taking upon them to correct its mistakes since the hoarding’s image has been doing rounds on social media from Sunday evening.
The hoarding placed in front of Hotel Mansingh Palace on Fatehabad road reads ‘Kuda kachra ab Nahi bachega, kyonki wo aa raha hai apkey shehr’ (a garbage will not remain, because he is coming to your city).
A shopkeeper on Fatehabad road said, “The message is completely absurd and should be immediately removed as it disrespects the state guest.
Besides, the word ‘kyonki’ has been spelled wrong.”
When asked about the errors, district magistrate PN Singh said, “The error in the uni-pole hoarding has been identified and it is being removed. I am not aware of the hoarding placed by the civic body; it will also be removed.”