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PM Modi Met Indians in This Way in Glasgow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for New Delhi from Glasgow on Tuesday. During this, the Prime Minister met many Indian families involved in the crowd and also interacted with the children. He also put his hands on the heads of many children out of affection and greeted the youth by shaking hands while leaving. In these five days, he participated in the G20 summit and the COP26 meeting. During this visit, the Prime Minister also held several bilateral meetings with his counterparts.

PM Narendra Modi interacts with the Indian community, especially children, in Glasgow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for New Delhi late Tuesday night, ending his five-day visit to Italy and the UK. Before returning to India, PM Modi met the Indian community, especially children, in Glasgow. Modi not only interacted with the people but also played drums with the group that came to bid him farewell. People came there wearing traditional Indian dresses and turban to bid farewell to the PM.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi felicitated with drums and drums in Glasgow

As soon as Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for the airport from the hotel. The people of the Indian community present there welcomed him by playing rhythmic drums and drums and shouting. PM Modi reached there and shook hands with many people and greeted many members of the Indian community. The PM also joined his celebration and also gave a beat on the dholak.

During this, the Prime Minister met many Indian families involved in the crowd. Talked to the children too. He also put his hands on the heads of many children out of affection and greeted the youth by shaking hands while leaving.

When PM started looking for a pen to give an autograph

People of Indian origin once again met Prime Minister Narendra Modi while leaving the hotel in Glasgow. A large number of Indian women met the PM outside the hotel. While giving an autograph to a girl here, the PM asked for a pen. When the pen could not be found, he searched his pocket and gave an autograph to the girl. People sending PM to India also raised slogans of Har Har Modi and Bharat Mata Ki Jai.

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