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When President Donald Trump decided to join Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the ‘Howdy Modi!’ rally in Houston on Sept. 22, it was seen as a win-win situation for both the leaders. For Modi, it was to be an opportunity to renew his connection with the Indian diaspora in the U.S. who have contributed to his election campaign this year, both financially and with phone calls and email messaging from the U.S.
Indian-American supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are eagerly waiting for his visit, his first after his resounding victory in the May general elections. Modi, who arrives in the U.S. on Sept. 20, is scheduled to address a rally in Houston, the following day. Organizers say that over 50,000 people have already registered for the event and several are still on the waiting list.
With over 50,000 IndianAmericans from all across the country registering to attend the ‘Howdy, Modi!’ rally on Sept. 22 in Houston, starring Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and with the event garnering even more excitement with President Donald Trump expected to join India’s rock-star, erstwhile U.S. ambassadors, leading policy wonks and scholars provided their perspective on to what makes Modi tick and makes him such a phenomenon.