This was the fourth time in 2 years by Indian prime minister Narendra Modi visit to USA. Modi arrived on Monday in Washington for a two- day state visit to the US. While his earlier visits to the US were marked by large diaspora and business events, this will be more of a “State-to- State conversation”. PM Narendra Modi meeting Indian community people on his arrival at Joint Base Andrews (JBA), in Washington DC, USA on Monday.
After that the meeting held between US President Barack Obama and PM modi about foreign policies in White house. There is unlikely to be any blockbuster diaspora event of the kinds that have come to define Modi’s US visits. But the Indian prime minister will, for the first time, address the US Congress, where he is expected to tackle US legislators’ concern over rising religious intolerance in India. And there may be a few announcements on setting up six nuclear plants and reinforcing India’s right to be among the elite 48-member Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG), which works to curb nuclear arms proliferation; India has already applied for membership but faces strong opposition from China.