The Turkish Prime Minister Mr. Adnan Mandres continued his short one day visit to Delhi?
Roll No. 1. (Please ignore the first thirty feet as they do not concern the story. This was introduction shooting for the "Prostitute's Protest" story. But the demonstration did not take place, thus the length went waste.).
MS Mr. Mandres and party arriving at Raj ghat for laying wreath.
MS Mr. Mandres and party taking of their shoes.
CU Mr. Mandres taking off his shoes.
MS A lengthy shot of Mr. Mandres and party walking up with the wreath.
MS Mr. Mandres coming in and laying the wreath at the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi.
MS Mr. Mandres and party standing in silence.
CU Mr. Mandres standing in silence before the Samadhi.
MS Tilt shot starting from Mr. Mandres in silence and ending at the wreath.
Roll No. 2.
LS Two shots of the Parliament House interior.
LS Another shot of the Parliament with the Turkish flag fluttering in the foreground.
MS The Prime Minister of Turkey and India arriving at the Palam airport of Delhi.
MS Different shots of the Turkish Prime Minister being introduced to the diplomats.
MS Mr. Nehru and the Turkish Prime Minister walking up to the Slauting Base.
MS The Turkish Prime Minister taking the salute.
MS Guard of honour lined up.
CU Different shots of the Turkish Prime Minister and party shaking hands with Mr. Nehru, Mr Krishna Menon and others.
MS Mr. Mandres walking up the gangway and waving hands.
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Background: The Turkish Prime Minister Mr. Adnan Mandres continued his short one day visit to Delhi by laying a wreath at the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi. He had a good nights rest immediately after his arrival. He seemed prepared for the busy day before he left for home today afternoon. After placing a wreath at the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi, he straight drove to the residence of India's Vice President Dr. Radha Krishnan and had talks with him for half an hour. From here he went and watched the proceedings in the two houses of the Parliament of India. Mr. Mandres left India in the early afternoon after his lunch. He was seen off at the airport by Mr. Nehru, Cabinet Colligues, three services chiefs and the diplomats. The three services turned out smartly for the guard of honour which was presented to him.