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Modi to address Indian diaspora in Abu Dhabi

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NEW DELHI: The UAE is buzzing with ‘unprecedented euphoria’ for the event ‘Ahlan Modi’, evident from the staggering 12,000 registrations received within 24 hours of the announcement.

The overwhelming response underscores the significance of PM Modi’s interactions with the Indian diaspora.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is poised to address the Indian diaspora at the ‘Ahlan Modi’ Community Reception in Abu Dhabi on February 13.

The title, meaning ‘Hello Modi’, reflects the warmth with which the Indian community welcomes their leader. The Sheikh Zayed Sports Stadium is all set to host this historic occasion, with organizers expecting a full house. Committees, comprising dedicated volunteers, have been diligently planning to ensure a seamless and memorable experience for attendees.

Over 350 Indian community leaders from diverse regions and communities expressed their enthusiasm during a pre-event briefing at the India Club, Dubai, on January 3. The ‘Ahlan Modi’ event has ignited a sense of excitement and unity among the diaspora.

This marks Prime Minister Modi’s seventh visit to the UAE since his groundbreaking trip in 2015, making him the first Indian PM to visit in 34 years. Each visit has contributed to strengthening Indo-UAE relations, fostering mutual understanding, and elevating the friendship between the two nations.

On February 14, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the BAPS Hindu Mandir in Abu Dhabi, accepting an invitation from Swami Ishwarcharandas and Swami Brahmaviharidas.

The ceremony will be a testament to the growing spiritual ties between India and the UAE. (Zee News)

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