Rahul Gandhi to address Indian people group in UAE
Congress President Rahul Gandhi arrived in Dubai in the early morning times of Friday for his two-day maiden visit to the United Arab Emirates. He will collaborate with the Indian abroad network and the understudy network, educated the Indian National Congress on Twitter. Gandhi is on two days voyage through UAE on January 11 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi on January 12. The two-day trip has been arranged by Indian Overseas Congress (IOC) and it is his first global voyage through 2019 where he will meet the specialists' locale at a Dubai work settlement on the very beginning and Indian Overseas Congress group will likewise be making an introduction about the different issues looked by the Indian diaspora in the UAE to the Congress President. He is planned to address the Indian diaspora at Dubai International Cricket Stadium as a major aspect of a worldwide effort program where he will be the official boss visitor at the 'Indo-Arab social program'. IOC has been arranging this and advancing this occasion through different methods including a site that has been intended for the enrollment of the program. Amid the occasion, Rahul Gandhi will address the group "Thought of India" at the cricket arena. Sam Pitroda, the leader of the Indian Overseas Congress, in a video articulation discharged by IOC, stated, "We need to collaborate with Indian cause individuals in different nations including UAE. In Dubai we'll meet business pioneers, nearby pioneers, visit work camp and the occasion at Dubai worldwide cricket arena." On day two, Rahul Gandhi will be in Abu Dhabi where he will meet with UAE clergymen, trailed by private gatherings with the Indian Business Professional Group. As indicated by sources visit to the Sheik Zayed Mosque is additionally booked for the Congress President. Gandhi is joined by previous Kerala Chief Minister and senior Congress pioneer Oomen Chandy.
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