London: Prime Minster Narendra Modi on Friday reached Buckingham Palace to attend launch hosted by Queen Elizabeth II. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to woo Indian Diaspora at the Wembley Stadium in London on Friday.
Modi will address some 60,000 supporters from the Indian diaspora in Britain, which numbers 1.5 million.
Modi, paying the first visit to Britain by an Indian prime minister since 2006, is expected to receive a rapturous welcome in scenes that allies hope will reassert his authority and standing on the world stage after the blow in Bihar.
The Prime Minister will also have another round of talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron, both in London and at Chequers, besides having lunch with Queen Elizabeth II.
With artists like Jay Sean and Kanika Kapoor set to perform at the Wembley, the Indian diaspora is gearing up to witness Modi woo and enthral them during his mega rally.
Modi will also meet members of the House of Lords and Members of Parliament and attend a reception hosted by Indian High Commissioner Rajan Mathai in London.
The Prime Minister Modi is due to travel to Turkey for the G20 Summit on November 14 and will return home on November 17.