New Delhi, Jan 7 (): Likely to conduct a meeting with Germany’s envoy to India, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit the national capital once again tomorrow to meet Ambassador Michael Steiner and hold discussion with him on Gujarat.
The meeting which is expected to commence on January 12 will be organized by the government of Gujarat in order to draw foreign capital. Sources close to the Gujarat Chief Minister said that Modi earlier had a plan to arrange a meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh but dropped the idea as the Prime Minister was scheduled to live to Kochi on the said date for attending a celebration for the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas.
Narendra Modi had already met several foreign dignitaries and ambassadors such as the US, the UK and Japan, said sources. Modi’s supremacy has been evident from the fact after he was honoured and received exceptional treatment in China and Japan while he visited the countries in the year 2010 and 2011 respectively.
Due to the growing supremacy of Narendra Modi, a number of leaders around the world have uttered their willingness to meet the Gujarat chief Minister who is considered to be the most familiar and well-known politician of India and whom people trust to play a major role in future India.
Wishing to have good links with Narendra Modi, the world leaders expressed happiness and congratulated Modi on his outstanding success and for leading the party to victory for the third consecutive time in the recent Gujarat polls, said a senior official from the Modi government.
Modi is also expected to meet President Pranab Mukherjee and Vice-President Hamid Ansari during his stay in the national capital, as he was unable to meet both of them in his previous visit, said the senior official of the Gujarat government.