In UK, Indian community groups have dispatched a ‘Modi Express’ transport bus for a month-long visit around famous historic points to stamp Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the nation next month. The transport, which was dispatched on Sunday made its first stop at Ealing Road, Wembley well known as ‘Little India’, later Trafalgar Square to celebrate Diwali. Mayuri Parmar from the ‘UK Welcomes Modi’ organizing committee said, we have had ‘Chai Pe Charcha’ in India, now we will have ‘Bus Pe Charcha’ in the UK.
More than 400 community associations have enlisted as ‘welcome partners’ of an Olympics style gathering planned for Modi at Wembley Stadium on November 13. Ruler Dolar Popat, who inaugurated the bus amid a customary coconut-breaking ceremony said, this bus launch is yet another sample of the UK and India uniting people for a positive reason. There is tremendous fervor amongst all communities. Over 60,000 individuals will go to the ‘UK Welcomes Modi’ gathering and tickets will be issued by Wembley Stadium in coming weeks. People from more than 250 urban communities and towns in the UK have applied for an invitation.
They have connected from as far north as Dundee and as far south as Plymouth. Nitin Palan, organizer of the ‘Modi Express’ transport said, our website will be going live one week from now. You will have the capacity to book ‘Modi Express’ bus tickets to go to the event from everywhere throughout the nation. A huge extent of the 1.5 million Indian diaspora will attend the occasion at Wembley, which will come full circle in a terrific firecrackers show. The most youngest candidate for an invitation is only two months old, while the eldest is more than 100-years of age.