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    Sydney Prepares for Mega Diaspora Event as Plane Writes ‘Welcome Modi’ in Clear Blue Sky

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    The Indian diaspora in Australia is very excited to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a community event in Sydney. The event is expected to draw up to 20,000 people. The Indian Australian Diaspora Foundation is responsible for organizing the event, and they shared visuals from Melbourne Airport, capturing passengers joyfully waving the Indian flag and dancing.

    A pilot in Sydney drew the words ‘Welcome Modi’ using a plane exhaust in the clear blue sky to celebrate the visit of the Prime Minister. The video of the plane engaged in this acrobatics has become viral on social media. The city of Sydney, which is home to a large section of the Indian diaspora, has been preparing for PM Modi’s event since last week.

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    “PM Modi has given India a new identity. We are excited and looking forward to meeting him. This is a lifetime opportunity for us,” members of the Indian diaspora were quoted as saying by news agency ANI. A woman of Indian-origin told ANI that it is important that her children also meet the Prime Minister.

    Around 170 Indian-origin individuals flew via a chartered flight from Melbourne to Sydney to attend an event at the Olympic Park Arena, where Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will also be present. Amongst those present in the flight, named ‘Modi Airways’, was 91-year-old Dr. Navamani Chandra Bose, who travelled from Melbourne.

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    The nonagenarian said that she was excited to meet PM Modi and is eagerly awaiting his arrival at the event venue.

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