PM Modi in Australia | PM Modi arrives at venue to address Indian community in Sydney, warmly welcomed by Anthony Albanese

PHOTO- ANI Sydney: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was welcomed at the Kudos Bank Arena in Sydney amid Vedic chanting and other traditional rituals. During this, the Prime Minister of Australia Anthony Albanese was present with him. Albanese warmly welcomed him. Aircraft spot ‘Welcome Modi’ message in Sydney sky ahead of big NRI event. PM Modi is on a visit to Australia as a state guest. In a tweet, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said, “Incredible excitement at the community event in Sydney, set to begin shortly.” The PMO also shared a video of the venue along with it. He will address members of the Indian community at the event to be held at the Kudos Bank Arena in Sydney. The Indian Australian Diaspora Foundation (IADF), the organizer of the event, is expecting a large turnout. #WATCH Australia: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at Kudos Bank Arena Stadium to attend a community event in Sydney. During this, he was warmly welcomed by the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese. — ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) May 23, 2023 “The Indian Australian community is ready to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi after nine years,” Jay Shah, one of the directors of the IADF, told an Australian public service broadcaster. Excited about. He came to Australia in 2014 and was greeted by a large crowd at a community reception in Sydney. Modi’s supporters have arranged special buses for people from Brisbane and Canberra to reach Sydney. Before leaving for Japan to attend the G-7 summit in Hiroshima, Prime Minister Modi had said he would meet members of the Indian community at a special event in Sydney. According to the 2016 Census of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 6,19,164 people in Australia declared that they were of Indian origin. This is 2.8 per cent of the Australian population. Of them, 5,92,000 were born in India. Also read Prime Minister Modi last visited Australia in 2014. The Australian government said in a statement that during the visit, the Prime Ministers of the two countries will participate in a program of the Indian community living in Australia in Sydney. The government said that the Indian community is “a core part of our multicultural community”. Modi and Albanese will have a bilateral meeting on Wednesday.

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