The Indian administration issued a notice to the residents of the Katchi population in the wake of US President Donald Trump's visit, while a long wall was erected on the sides of some Kuchi populations.
Al-Jazeera reports that the US president will visit India on February 24.
Ahmedabad's district administration has issued a notice to residents of the Katchi population to leave immediately because of Trump's anticipated arrival.
It is thought that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President will attend the ceremony called 'How to be Trump' at Motira Stadium in Ahmedabad, while there is a large Katchi population adjacent to the stadium.
The 36-year-old resident of the township said that he is a professional worker and earns Rs 300 a day while living in the same slum population for the last 22 years.
He said that on the one hand, the government claims to build new houses for the poor and on the other hand they are depriving people of their homes.
He said that we do not ask the government for a house, we should be given a place to live.
It may be recalled that US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the 'Howdy Modi' rally in the US state of Houston last September.
On the eve of the US President's visit to India, a rally called 'How to Trump' is being organized in the style of 'Howdy Modi'.
On the other hand, in the state of Gujarat, a 3,312-tall and 7-foot-high wall were erected on the sides of the Kutch population so that US President Donald Trump's eyes would not fall on the Katchi population.
The move is facing severe criticism from the Gujarat government administration.
A senior government official told Reuters that the wall was being built for security reasons or to cover the slum population.
However, the building contractor said that the government does not want Donald Trump to 'look down on the population' when he passes by.
Mina Jadhav, general secretary of the trade union worker Adhikar Manch, who works for unorganized workers in Gujarat, has linked the Kachhi population to the displacement case of Donald Trump's visit to Ahmedabad.
He said that the BJP government does not want the world to see that there is poverty in Gujarat, they want Trump and other big buildings, roads to get the impression that everyone here has toilets and toilets. There are houses.
He said that Narendra Modi wants to hide the poor people living in Katchi population, which is why they have sent eviction notices to the families living in Katchi Abad.
According to government officials, Ahmedabad authorities are spending $ 1.2m in preparation for the first visit of the US President to India.