‘Incredibly honoured’: PM Modi gets rousing welcome from Indian community in UAE


On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with members of the Indian community in Abu Dhabi. This meeting took place in advance of the huge cultural event known as “Ahlan Modi,” at which he will deliver a speech.

During the course of his social media posts, he shared photographs from his meeting and expressed his feelings of being “incredibly honoured by the warm welcome from the Indian Community in Abu Dhabi.”

During his visit to the United Arab Emirates, which will last for two days, Modi will be inaugurating Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple. He arrived in the UAE today. Immediately after his arrival, he stated that being in the United Arab Emirates made him “feel at home.”

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the United Arab Emirates, extended his greetings to Modi and presented him with the Guard of Honor subsequently.

A bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates took place before to the cultural event known as “Ahlan Modi,” which is anticipated to attract between 35,000 and 40,000 attendees.

It is being referred to be one of the most significant diaspora events associated with Prime Minister Modi, which is a widely awaited event. Specifically, it will be held at the Zayed Sports City Stadium, which is located in Abu Dhabi.

The Prime Minister will also celebrate the opening of the BAPS Mandir, which is Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple, while he is in the United Arab Emirates.

It was stated by him that the BAPS temple will serve as a lasting memorial to the principles of harmony, peace, and tolerance that are shared by both India and the United Arab Emirates.

The Prime Minister will be making his sixth journey to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since he took office in 2014, and this will be his second trip to Qatar.

Before leaving for the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a statement in which he expressed his excitement about the prospect of further strengthening India’s comprehensive strategic partnership with the UAE.

Our collaboration with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expanded significantly over the course of the past nine years, particularly in a variety of fields, including education, defense and security, food and energy security, and commerce and investment. The cultural and interpersonal connections that we share are greater than they have ever been, he said.


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