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Modi on call to the Muslim Leaders.

download (12)The leaders underlined the need for greater unity and collective efforts to meet terror threats
Muslim leaders from across the country met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday to express their “apprehensions” about increased radicalisation and “emerging threat of terrorism”. Mr. Modi heard the delegation’s concerns “patiently” and assured them of his “full support in meeting grievances of all sections of the Muslim society”, a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office said.
As diplomats held hectic consultations to work out a wide agenda for his high-profile visit, Indian associations in different Chinese cities sent out invites to their members asking them to be ready to assemble in Shanghai to take part in the meeting with the Prime Minister to be held in the second or third week of May.Going by the invites, the event has been modelled on the ones addressed by Modi at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden and Allphones Arena in Sydney that made waves in India and around the world.
He is also expected to address a similar event in Toronto next week during the third and final leg of his three-nation tour to France, Germany and Canada.It is perhaps a novel effort by an Indian Prime Minister to attempt the same in China as the numbers of the Indian professionals and businessmen were on a steady rise in the dragon country regarded as hostile for decades after the 1962 war.
“Indians have always conserved nature, and even today, have among the lowest per-capita carbon emission, globally,” he said while observing that the culture of recycle and re-use is not new to India.Xi was expected to host Modi in the city of Terracotta Warriors in a reciprocal gesture to the latter hosting him in Gujarat during the Chinese leader’s India visit in September last year.“The Muslim leaders reiterated the full support of the community to the Prime Minister in meeting his objectives of ensuring speedy economic growth, promoting communal harmony and peace and strengthening national security.