'The artists are all presumed': the Trump Congress joins 'Howdy, Modi!'

NEW DELHI: leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi took the words of the British singer on Monday Elton John , the artists are all presumed, to describe the president of the USA. UU. Donald Trump join the prime minister Narendra Modi Hi Modi! Mega Diaspora event in the United States.

He accessed Twitter to hit the Prime Minister for his event scheduled to take place in Texas, United States, on September 22.

I think performers are all show-offs anyway. Unless you show off, you're not going to get noticed - Elton John, Singhvi wrote on the microblogging website while talking about Howdy, Modi!.



At the briefing of the All India Congress Committee (AICC), party leader Rajiv Shukla said it was good for a president of the United States to attend an event of the Indian Prime Minister.

It is a good thing. Donald Trump's election is also approaching. There is a big Indian population in the United States, he said.

Trump will join Modi in the mega Hello, Modi! Diaspora event in Houston on Sunday to strengthen Indo-American strategic ties, according to a White House announcement that the Prime Minister hailed Monday as a special gesture that signifies the special friendship between the two countries.

Emphasizing the new bonhomy in the ties between India and the United States under the Trump administration, this would be the first time in recent history that the leaders of the two largest democracies would address a joint demonstration anywhere in the world.

More than 50,000 American Indians from across the US UU. They signed up for the Howdy, Modi! Shared Dreams, Bright Futures on September 22 to be held at the extensive NRG Stadium in Houston.

In a statement on Sunday, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said: (the Modi-Trump joint meeting) will be a great opportunity to emphasize strong ties between people in the US. UU. And India, to reaffirm the strategic partnership between the world's oldest and largest democracies, and to discuss ways to deepen their energy and trade relationship.

Hours after the White House announcement, Modi, in a series of tweets, said he hoped to join the Indian community to welcome Trump to the event.

A special gesture from @POTUS, which means the special friendship between India and the United States ... highlights the strength of the relationship and the recognition of the contribution of the Indian community to American society and economy, the prime minister said in one of the tweets. .





This will also be the first time that a US president will address thousands of American Indians in one place in the United States.

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