In Pics: PM Modi, Donald Trump address Houston crowd at ‘Howdy Modi’

President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi walk around NRG Stadium waving to the crowd during the " Shared Dreams, Bright Futures" event, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, in Houston.Photo/Evan Vucci)
  • US President Donald Trump and Modi shared a stage together at the Howdy Modi event at Houston.
  • Modi highlighted the close friendship between the two leaders and the countries.
  • President Donald Trump on Sunday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "America's greatest, most devoted, and loyal friend" and backed him in his governance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi did an Alexa at the Howdy Modi rally. While addressing 50,000 cheering Indian Americans, he said "everything is fine in India' in different Indian languages.


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​US President Donald Trump and Modi shared a stage together

​US President Donald Trump and Modi shared a stage together

Trump and Indian Modi shared a stage and showered each other with praises on Sunday at a "Howdy, Modi!" rally. It was attended by upward of 50,000 people, a rare mass show for a foreign leader on American soil.

​Close friendship between Modi and Trump

​Close friendship between Modi and Trump

Modi highlighted the close friendship between the two leaders and the countries. He said, "My friend, a friend of India, a great American President Mr Donald Trump" and of how his presence at the 'Howdy Modi' rally was "extraordinary and unprecedented".

​Modi vouch for Trump

​Modi vouch for Trump

Modi also said "Abki bar Trump Sarkar" - with a dramatic pause making a case for President Trump’s re-election in 2020.

Modi is America's greatest, most devoted and loyal friend: Trump

Modi is America's greatest, most devoted and loyal friend: Trump

President Donald Trump praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "America's greatest, most devoted, and loyal friend" and backed him in his governance. PM Modi is "doing a truly excellent job in India and for all the Indian people", he said.

​Pushing strong relations between India and America

​Pushing strong relations between India and America

Trump mentioned the MoU between India's Petronet LNG and US liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Tellurian Inc inked a day ago - one of the largest foreign investments in the US in shale gas abroad.

Petronet will spend $2.5 billion for an 18% equity stake in the $28 billion Driftwood LNG terminal, and negotiate the purchase of 5 million tonnes of gas per annum.

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