The event in Sydney is organized by the India-Australia Diaspora Foundation (IADF). Chartered flights have been arranged by the foundation so that the expatriate Indians living in Australia do not face any difficulty in attending Modi’s event. And that flight is named ‘Modi Airways’.
A group of 170 expatriate Indians arrived in the Australian port city on Tuesday from Melbourne aboard ‘Modi Airways’. Every male passenger on the plane had a turban in the colors of the Indian national flag. Everyone had the national flag in their hands. Some passengers were seen dancing on the plane again. A video of this frenzy of expatriate Indians inside the plane surrounding Modi has been posted on social media.
Meanwhile, a statement from the government of Aji informed that the cultures of the two countries are very ancient. According to them, this culture is formed by the amalgamation of multiple communities. Keeping this in mind, the government has informed that this event in Sydney is an initiative of the India-Australia Diaspora Foundation (IADF).
IADF Vice-President Amit Sarwal expressed hope that a large number of diaspora Indians would attend the event in Sydney. He said that more than 18 thousand Indians can join. Along with this, a reception has been organized by expatriate Indians on both sides of the road when Modi arrives, said the Vice President of India-Australia Diaspora Foundation. It is reported that apart from Narendra Modi, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese may also be present at the event of expatriate Indians.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Australia on Tuesday after visiting Agike, Japan and Papua New Guinea. Namo may hold a meeting with the Australian Prime Minister before attending the Indian diaspora event in Sydney. Apart from strengthening bilateral relations, several issues including terrorism are said to be discussed in the meeting.
A few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the meeting of Quad countries in Hiroshima, Japan. Namo met the Prime Minister of Australia on the sidelines of the conference. Diplomats of India and Australia are looking at what message is given from the bilateral meeting of the two Prime Ministers.