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Indian Prime Minister, Modi will meet Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May to discuss a serious issue.


India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi is expected to have an audience with Queen Elizabeth and UK Prime Minister, Theresa May during his upcoming trip to the UK.

But, his trip is also set to be blighted by protests.

Mr Modi and 52 other heads of government are due to arrive for the meeting in London and Windsor from April 16 to 20. It’s a time when the UK will assume its chairmanship for the next two years. 

All the heads of the government have a tight schedule.

According to some reports, Modi is scheduled to meet Ms. Theresa May at 10 Downing Street. It is widely expected that the UK and India will sign an MoU during their audience.

The meeting will consist of agreeing to facilitate the deportation of about 100,000 illegal Indian immigrants in the UK to India. Then, at 4 pm Mr Modi will have a private audience with Queen Elizabeth.

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Later in the evening, he will head to a central London venue for a one-to-one Q&A session with 1,500 members of the Indian diaspora in United Kingdom. This event is particularly titled as ‘Bharat ki Baat Sabke Saath’. It will be televised live.

One of our sources said:-

“The questions have not been set. The NRI’s will be free to put whatever question they want to the Prime Minister. The event will be followed by a state dinner attended by all heads of state and government in the Commonwealth.

On Thursday, Narendra Modi will attend events connected to Commonwealth Heads of government meeting. Then on Friday he will go to Windsor for a ‘retreat’ with the other state heads.

Our research says a lot of things.

A protest under the banner “Modi not welcome” and “Minorities against Modi” is being planned in London. According to one of the posters being shared on social media depicts some serious things.

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It says, open-top double-Decker red buses filled with families. The families will run from the House of Lords throughout central London and back to Parliament Square.

A street protest is also being organised by the Sikh Federation UK, Kashmiri diaspora, Dalits, Christians and other communities at Parliament Square on April 18.