AAj Tak Live: Watch Modi’s Abu Dhabi UAE Speech Live Streaming

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s UAE Visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s UAE Visit

The Indian Prime Minister will address a large Indian diaspora at the Dubai Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi at 9:30 p.m. India time. Watch live streaming on Youtube.

The live streaming of Modi’s speech can be watched through his website.http://www.narendramodi.in/watch-live

Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and a 21-gun salute greeted Modi at the Presidential Airport on Sunday.

Modi’s address to the 55,000 strong crowd will be live streamed on Youtube and will be live telecast on Tv channels across India.

The stadium billed ‘Marhaba (welcome) NaMo’ can fit 40,000 people, but the organizers have made efforts to include an additional 15,000 people.

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The gates of the stadium will open for public at 3:00 pm.

Click to watch Modi’s speech live video!

Around 2.6 million Indian citizens live in the UAE. According to estimates, more than 60 percent of them are blue-collar workers.

Modi visited the spectacular Sheikh Zayed mosque, the third largest in the world, on Sunday in Abu Dhabi on Sunday and wrote in the visitors book:

“This magnificent place of worship strikes you with its size and beauty. It brings together exquisite skills and creations from around the world, and serves as a fine example of human achievements and unity,”

Dressed in traditional Indian kurta, Modi took selfies with the UAE ministers who escorted him to the mosque.

After former PM Indira Gandhi visited Abu Dhabi way back in 1981, Modi is the second PM to visit the beautiful desert island.

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