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Indian PM to meet expats in Abu Dhabi: More than 20,000 people register for ‘Ahlan Modi’ – News

Published: Wednesday, January 10, 2024, 12:38

Last update: Wednesday 10 Jan 2024, 3:00 p.m.

There has been a tremendous response to registration for a reception at which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the expatriate community in Abu Dhabi next month, event organizers said.

Titled ‘Ahlan Modi’, the community reception will be held at the capital’s Zayed Sports City stadium on February 13.

According to a key member of the organizing committee, up to 20,000 people have registered to date through

“It has been planned as the biggest community reception for Prime Minister Modi,” the member said.

The initial announcement of the mega event was made during an event at the India Club, Dubai, last week.

“More than 350 Indian community leaders representing different regions and communities gathered at the India Club, Dubai, for the pre-event briefing. “There is great enthusiasm,” said the member.

Organizers hope to fill the stadium to capacity. Several volunteer committees have been formed for the planning and execution of the event.

This will be Modi’s seventh visit to the UAE. The mega community event will take place a day before the Indian Prime Minister inaugurates the region’s first traditional stone Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi.

The much-awaited inauguration of the iconic BAPS Hindu Mandir will be marked with a unique ‘Festival of Harmony’ on February 14.

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