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What Indians living in America said during PM Modi’s visit, how the preparation is going



Washington/Houston: There is a lot of excitement among American Indians regarding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s state visit. Days before Prime Minister Modi’s visit, hundreds of Indians gathered at key locations in 20 cities across the country and staged marches to welcome him.

Prime Minister Modi will visit America from June 21-24 at the invitation of US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden. Biden and his wife will host a state dinner for Prime Minister Modi on June 22. Prime Minister Modi will also address the joint session of Congress on June 22.

I can not wait to
Prime Minister Modi will address the Indian Diaspora during a program on June 23 at the prestigious “Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center” in Washington. Hundreds of Indian-Americans from Washington DC and surrounding areas gathered near the “National Monument” on Sunday to send a message of unity and said they looked forward to the arrival of the prime minister in the city.

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Came out a procession, also danced
Brandishing slogans of “Modi-Modi” and Indo-American friendship, American Indians marched toward the historic Lincoln Memorial for more than an hour. During this time, some people also danced. Community members gather at Sugarland Memorial Park in Houston. He also held the tricolor during this period. During this time, people also gathered in Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Dallas, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, Columbus and St. Louis. Similar scenes have also appeared in many iconic locations across America such as Times Square in New York and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Consul General of India said – excited
India’s Consul General in Houston, Aseem Mahajan, said, “The Native American community as well as major business players in various sectors such as energy, space, health, education and IT are really excited and optimistic about Prime Minister Modi’s historic visit.” Mahajan said, “We receive a large number of messages every day from elected officials, major business houses and other Indian-American organizations across the country, which are shared on social media, welcoming the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

scramble for tickets
Organizers of various programs said these scenes from 20 cities and the rush of tickets for various Prime Minister Modi programs in Washington DC and New York show his popularity in the country. Philanthropist and founder of ‘Indiaspora’ MR Rangaswamy told ‘PTI-Bhasha’, ‘It’s Modi’s magic.’

Several thousand Indian-Americans are expected to attend a welcoming ceremony for Modi on the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday, where President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden will greet him.

guest list not yet published
A large number of Indian-Americans are still looking for tickets to hear Modi’s speech at a joint session of the US Congress. At the same time, MPs are struggling to decide who to give one of their tickets to to listen to the prime minister’s speech from the visitors’ gallery. The guest list has not yet been released for the state dinner, which will be held on the lawn of the White House, the official residence and office of the US president. The First Lady’s office has not released any information regarding the state dinner. However, it is assumed that around 400 people will attend the banquet held in honor of the Prime Minister.

Indian-American Congressmen Amy Bera, Raja Krishnamurthy, Pramila Jaipal, Ro Khanna and Mr. Thanedar, as well as some of India’s top Indian-American CEOs, including Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Google’s Sundar Pichai and FedEx’s Raj Subramaniam, at the state dinner. Expect to be invited.

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