Celebrating the second visit of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the United Arab Emirates; the tallest building in the world, iconic skyscraper – Burj Khalifa in Dubai on 10th February 2018, was lit up in tri-color to symbolize the Indian flag.
The UAE residents admired and enjoyed the beauty of the ‘Tallest –Tower’ in the world to see it in Indian tricolor (Saffron, white and green). It was the rarest of the rare honor any of the highest dignitaries received such a warmest welcome in the world so far.
And, also the other heritage buildings,‘ADNEC’ – Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Emirates Palace and ‘Dubai Frames’ were magnanimously decorated in ‘Tri-Color’ in the honor of Indian Flag. The Indian Ambassador to UAE Navdeep Suri tweeted – how great it was to see the top buildings in located in middle-east countries adorned with the three colors of ‘Indian – Flag’ to commemorate the visit of the Indian Prime Minister – Narendra Modi.
The “Tri-Colour” Indian Flag – Shining on Burj Khalifa and Dubai Frames
Having completed his visit of ‘Jordan’, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching Palestine. The protocol of ‘NAMO’ includes meeting Palestine’s Prime Minister – Dr. Rami Hamdallah and expected to pay their flower tributes at the tomb of Palestine’s leader Yassar Arafat.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed Indian expatriates at the Dubai Opera. The prime minister in his tight itinerary made his tour flexible and made a keynote address at the World Government Summit on the theme: ‘Technology for development’.
Subsequently, the P.M Narendra Modi is leaving for Muscat. PM Modi arrived in Abu Dhabi on Saturday and was heartily received by the Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the airport.
Narendra Modi mentioned, “Projects stuck for even 40 years have started moving, files stuck due to bureaucracy, have started moving because of real-time monitoring which technology has made possible”.
The Prime Minister in his eloquent speech touched on many global issues during his visit. People were all ears when he started talking about environmental and Agri-related issues.
The PM receive a standing ovation when he said, “Soil health card helps farmers know the health of soil. Asha workers or community health workers are being trained and vaccination data are being given to villages in real-time. We have created an innovation ecosystem in India via the Start-up India programme. India has become a start-up nation”.
Talking about India’s prestigious project – Aadhaar, the PM said, “My government’s mantra is ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas‘. With Aadhaar, $8 billion worth of leakages have been plugged. There’s a digital payment revolution happening in India.”
Modi has made it a point to make people understand with a mnemonic – 6 R’s – namely Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, Redesign, Re-manufacture – and technology will take us to a point where we can rejoice.
PM Modi witnessed the groundbreaking ceremony which was live-streamed to the Dubai Opera House where he was interacting with the Indian community.