Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath in London with PM Modi: 7 Key facts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on the United Kingdom from 17th to 20th April to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Summit.

During the visit, he is likely to hold bilateral talks with Britain and heads of other Commonwealth countries.

Here is his full schedule of PM to UK tour

1.PM Modi will also deliver his second address in a mega event 'Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath' in London.

2.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will land in the British capital London in the late evening on April 17th. The representatives of 53 countries will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet hosted by the UK. At the same time, the sizeable Indian Diaspora in England is enthusiastically awaiting PM Modi's visit.

3.The whole Diaspora warmly remembers PM Modi's Wembley speech of 14th November 2015 in which PM had shed light on Indian issues but left a deep impact on the entire United Kingdom. This time PM will hold talks with the Indian Community in a mega interactive event 'Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath' in London. Fifteen Hundred people are likely to participate in the event.

4.During his three day visit to London PM Modi would hold bilateral talks for intensification ties with the UK and highlighting issues important to India on the commonwealth forum. PM is also expected to call on the British Queen Elizabeth and her son, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles.

5. PM Modi will also visit the Science Museum to discuss India UK collaboration in the field of Science and technology.

6. Foreign trade, the Extradition treaty, climate change and terrorism are expected to be on the top of the agenda of bilateral meetings with commonwealth countries head on the sidelines of the summit.

7. On the last day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet PM Modi will attend a retreat at Windsor Castle, the residence of the royal family in the county of Berkshire, hosted by Queen Elizabeth.


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