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The live streaming of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to United Nations General Assembly is scheduled to take place on Saturday night. The scheduled address is to be telecast from 8.00 pm IST. Narendra Modi will address the 69th session of United Nations General Assembly in New York a day after Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the assembly. Watch the much-awaited speech via live streaming online in India here. Also Read - Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi Calls Farmers Foundation of 'Atmanirbhar Bharat'; Warns Masses as Corona Cases Surge | 10 Points
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached New York amid huge fanfare on Friday. On a five-day visit to United States of America, Narendra Modi is scheduled to undertake as many as 50 assignments in his 100-working hours stay there. In his jam-packed schedule Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit the ‘9/11 Terror Attacks’ site before he embarks to address the United Nations General Assembly later in the day. Also Read - Mann Ki Baat: Farmers Playing Major Role in Building Atmanirbhar Bharat, Says PM Amid Protests Over Farm Bills
Narendra Modi’s trip to United States is drawing eyeballs globally. With Japan and China investing heavily in India, everyone wants to know the new chapter in the India-US relations.
The speech at the United Nations General Assembly is much talked about too. With Prime Minister choosing to address the Assembly in Hindi; the move has been applauded by all. Narendra Modi will be the second person after AB Vajpayee who will deliver his speech in the General Assembly.
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Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in his address to United Nations General Assembly raked up the issue of Jammu and Kashmir once again. Sharif blamed the Indian government to stop the foreign-secretary level talks with Pakistan and asked the United Nations to intervene and solve the Kashmir issue. It’ll be interesting to see how Narendra Modi counters Nawaz Sharif’s claims in his speech at approximately 8 pm on Saturday.
Call it hope or hype, the buzz around Narendra Modi address to United Nations is astounding. One simply cannot miss it.