London: After a hectic first day in UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a power-packed schedule on Friday. The Prime Minister is all set to woo the Indian Diaspora in UK at the Wembley stadium.
The event at Wembley is expected to see a huge crowd of around 60,000 people turning up to hear PM Modi – some what similar to what was witnessed during his Madison Garden address during his visit to US.
The event will also feature Bollywood performances and fireworks. The British PM will also be present during the event.
Besides, Modi will also have lunch with the Queen at the Buckingham Palace on Friday.
Following the lunch, he will also meet British Prime Minister David Cameron at his official country retreat at Chequers where he will stay overnight.
This comes a day after Modi created history on Thursday by becoming the first serving Indian Prime Minister to address the British Parliament.
During his address, the Prime Minister brought up the issue of climate change and the need of a united approach to combat terrorism.
Meanwhile, India and the UK signed a civil nuclear deal and British Prime Minister David Cameron backed India's bid for a permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council. Cameron also said that the visa ban on Modi was a thing of the past.