Gujarat CM and BJP’s PM Candidate for the upcoming polls Shri Narendra Modi will address the Indian Diaspora in USA on 22nd September 2013 at 6:30 AM IST. Shri Modi shall speak at the annual national convention of Overseas Friends of BJP (OFBJP) at Tampa, Florida in USA via video conference.
The OFBJP-USA annual convention is scheduledfrom Sep 20 to Sep 22 in Tampa, FL. People from across USA are expected to attend this event at the local India Community Center (ICC) in Tampa, Florida. The speech will be telecast live on TV Asia across USA, Canada, Europe, and India.
The event will be inaugurated by the BJP National Vice President, Smt. Smriti Irani. Smt. Irani will also address the women and youth forum followed by a public address on the evening of September. BJP Cultural Committee Co-Convener, Shri Gajendra Solanki will presideover the cultural aspects of the program. Eminent academician and Member of BJP National Executive, Shri Prodyut Bora is also addressing this event.
The delegates arriving from across USA will deliberate on various topics related to conference themeincluding the role of social media in awakening Indian diaspora and people of India during various structured sessions.
Shri Narendra Modi enjoys immense popularity among the Indian diaspora. It may be recalled that Shri Modi addressed Indians settled in USA across 20 cities in May this year. He had opined that our country is facing a crisis of trust deficit and need of the hour is to rebuild the confidence of the people. Shri Modi also stated that the Gujarat Government is working towards ‘Sarvangi (holistic), Sarvasparshi (all pervasive), Sarvasamaveshak (inclusive) and Sarvadoor Vikas.’
Shri Modi had also addressed Community Outreach Programme organized by Overseas Friends of BJP in Chicago and New Jersey via video conference in March this year. During his inspiring speech, Shri Modi pointed out that development alone is the solution to all problems. He gave the Mantra of ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’. Shri Modi further added that for him, secularism meant ‘India First.’ His speech at the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2013 in Kerala was also widely appreciated.