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Pattni Brother Hood Chairman welcome Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Narendra Modi

Chairman of Pattni Brother Hood Shri Vijaybhai Ghaghada welcome Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Narendra Modi

Modi visit E. Africa

A high level delegation from government of Gujarat led by Chief Minister Narendra Modi visited two east African nations Uganda and Kenya from November 17th to 20th.

The four-day trip took place on Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s invitations.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni had visited Gujarat in May 2007 and had extended an invitation to Modi. The delegation visited Kampala and Uganda on November 17th and 18th and Nairobi on November 19th and 20th.


Narendra Modi said while addressing Gujaratis in Nairobi: “Gujaratis have made the world as their home, there will be a time when the world will make Gujarat it’s home. In 21st century, Gujarat has achieved more growth than China.”

Mr. Suryakant Challa welcomes Vice President of Kenya
by Hiren Vaya

Mr. Suryakant Challa, Asst. Secretary of Pattni Brother Hood and the director of Youth Wing of the Hindu Council of Kenya (HCK) along with other Hindu Council committee members welcomed Vice President of Kenya Mr.Kalonzo Musyoka at the Dwali Mela held at the Simba Union Club grounds, Parklands.

Vice President of Kenya urges the Hindu Community not to migrate abroad

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka assured the members of the Hindu Community that the Grand Coalition Government will create an enabling environment for them to continue doing business in Kenya. Mr. Musyoka urged them not to consider migrating to other countries as the government was addressing the concerns they have in the business environment, but instead urged them to encourage their relatives in other countries to come and invest and create jobs in Kenya.

   Mr.Musyoka said that Kenya had a lot to learn from India in order to succeed in the fight against poverty and uplift the living standards of Kenyans, adding that India was the fastest growing economy in the world.
   The Deputy High Commissioner of India to Kenya, Dr.Katen Shukla who also attended the Mela said that India is a museum of festivities, noting that Diwali brings people together. The occasion was attended by HCK officials and members of the community from various parts of the country among others.