Trump to meet PM Imran on Monday, Modi on Tuesday

Trump to meet PM Imran on Monday, Modi on Tuesday

President Trump will join Prime Minister Modi and they will address more than 50,000 Indian-Americans at the "Howdy Modi" event Sunday. One such person revealed the reason for Houston businesspersons investing so much time and energy for 'Howdy, Modi!' event.

While the world may be keeping a keen eye on the event and building great expectations, back home the opposition led by the Congress is taking a swipe at Howdy, Modi!

As per a senior administrative official, Trump will meet both the leaders in NY on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA).

All eyes will be on two quintessential "masters of ceremonies" - Narendra Modi and Donald Trump when they face over 50,000 Indian Americans in a record breaking "Howdy Modi" rally here on Sunday.

Modi is scheduled to arrive in Houston on Saturday, where he would address the Indian-American community the next day.

What this visit holds for the Indo-US relationship is "mutual benefit" in Business, Healthcare, Trade and many other areas.

"Shared values, convergent interests and complementary strengths provide the foundation for the natural partnership between the world's oldest and largest democracies".

"We want to hold a human rights violator like Modi accountable", said Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, whose group is focused on a right to self-determination campaign for the state of Punjab.

The New York-based attorney of the Khalistan Referendum Front said he planned to submit the case as a class action. A United Nations postage stamp will be released and Gandhi Peace Garden to be inaugurated in New York State university remotely.

PM Modi will also be addressing the United Nations General Assembly in NY and meet other world leaders on the margins of the event. The plaintiffs "Ms TFK" and "Mr SMS", who have withheld their identities "fearing retaliation by the Indian government", have claimed that they are United States residents hailing from Kashmir. He reiterated India's commitment to reformed multilateralism, which is responsive, effective and inclusive.

Through his participation in United Nations events, he said he will showcase India's success in realising the Sustainable Development Goals. New Delhi is concerned about the Prime Minister's security and is in touch with Washington over the issue.

India recently combined 10 state-run banks to form four large lenders and, while the move falls short of the privatization several investors seek, it gives him something more to tout after his attempts to reform land and labor laws in the previous term failed.

Modi will be meeting around 45 world leaders from all parts of the world - from neighbourhood to extended neighbourhood to Latin America.

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