In the first leg of the two-nation tour, he will visit Ireland, marking first Prime Ministerial visit from India in nearly 60 years, he said in a statement. A larger demonstration is expected in New York City when Prime Minister Modi arrives there mid-week to address the United Nations.
The premier will meet Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg and other Internet leaders as he pushes for investment in India’s IT sector, after coming to power in May 2014 pledging to revive India’s flagging economy.
Modi said that his visit to U.S. will be historic as USA is celebrating its 70th anniversary. As its most prominent action, the Alliance will organise peaceful rallies on September 27 while Modi addresses more than 18,500 people at the SAP Center in San Jose.
Modi will also visit the West Coast.
U.S.is indeed one of the top notch and major trade partners of India, moreover this is going to be Modi’s last USA trip during Obama’s tenure. Snarky online comments about how the prime minister functions like a guest in his own country and how his visits overseas are more numerous than his visits within India have only created an impression of a leader more keen on media headlines and hype than the nitty-gritties of administrative work. “The new goals are closely aligned with India’s vision for sustainable development and our flagship programs for the same”. The Alliance also plans to reach out to elected officials and corporate leaders in the USA to inform them about, what they termed as “Modi’s failed and regressive policies that negatively impact human rights, religious freedoms, the environment, and overall: shrink the space for civil liberties under his rule”.
“We are proud of our peacekeeping forces spread across the world…” Recently, the UN General Assembly finally adopted a document after over 20 years that would form the basis of formal discussions on this matter.
Besides a town hall style question-answer session at Facebook’s Menlo Park headquarters, Modi will also be meeting Satya Nadella, Sundar Pichai and Shantanu Narayen, India-born CEOs of Microsoft, Google, and Adobe respectively.
Later that day he would participate in a roundtable on renewable energy hosted by Precourt Institute for Energy of Stanford University in cooperation with the U.S. Commerce Department. “India is rising as a hub of begin-ups in a variety of areas and we aspire to take this additional”. Mr. Modi and Mr. Obama will meet in New York on September 28. At this occasion, a gaggle of Indian begin-ups will showcase their improvements and forge partnerships with the colourful American begin-up business.
“Indian diaspora has been a source of huge strength for us. We are very pleased with the accomplishments of our diaspora that has made vast contributions to each our societies”, he stated, including hope his U.S. visit will probably be fruitful and additional deepen bilateral bonds.