Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second visit to the U.K. in less than three years is due to take place in April.
For the first time, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have a dialogue with the people across the world at the town hall in London on 18th April 2018.
It’s an extremely interactive program, where in conversations will happen with the Prime Minister on the issues concerning India, which will be moderated by a well-known personality!
“Join a unique live interactive conversation with PM Shri Narendra Modi on 18 April 2018 in London where he will answer questions concerning India.” tweeted BJP
Join a unique live interactive conversation with PM Shri @narendramodi on 18 April 2018 in London where he will answer questions concerning India. Share your questions on Narendra Modi App or post your videos on social media with #BharatKiBaatSabkeSaath. https://t.co/WfR7i2Y1B3 pic.twitter.com/Mmi0yjzTy7
— BJP (@BJP4India) April 10, 2018
The event will be held in central London, as against the Wembley Stadium, where PM Modi addressed a gathering of around 60,000 people, and will be a smaller affair, with around 1,500 to 2,000 people.
Within the first hours of the website for free registration going live, the number of registrations had already exceeded this figure.
People from many nations of the world are asking their questions through the Narendra Modi App, and many are sending their selfie video questions.
Besides, the prime minister will also attend the India-Nordic Summit and Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sweden and United Kingdom, respectively, the Ministry of External Affairs said.
During his visit to Sweden, he will address a gathering of select business leaders and also meet the vibrant Indian community.
Sweden is India’s valued partner in trade, technology and investment. Over 170 Swedish companies have invested 1.4 billion dollars since 2000 and around 70 Indian companies have invested in Sweden.
India-Sweden annual bilateral trade stands at around 1.8 billion dollars.
On April 17, both the nations will co-host the India-Nordic Summit in the capital city.