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After London, pro-Khalistan outfits and Pakistanis plan to disrupt PM Modi mega event ‘Howdy Modi’ in Houston

Pakistani immigrants and Pakistan supported Khalistani terror sympathisers had earlier held violent protests and attacked the Indian High Commission in London.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Houston on September 22 for his much-waited ‘Howdy, Modi’ event. As thousands of Indian Americans gear up to greet PM Modi and US President Trump at the event, the terror state of Pakistan is trying hard to disrupt the event by staging pro-Khalistan protests near the venue by gathering Khalistani protestors and other anti-Indian elements.

The terrorist state of Pakistan has now stitched a coalition of Khalistani terror sympathisers and pro-Pakistani outfits to disrupt the ‘Howdy, Modi’ rally similar to the attacks it had unleashed in London last month following the historic abrogation of Article 370 that gave special status to Kashmir. 

On September 14, a truck-rally event was also organised as a ‘dress rehearsal’ by Khalistani groups in which pro-Pakistan sympathisers drove their tractors and trucks decorated with flags and protest signs from the Sikh National Center in northwestern Houston to the NRG Center, where the “Howdy, Modi” event is scheduled to be held in a week.

Khalistani supporters in the USA, joining hands with Pakistan’s ISI are now planning to ransack the event on September 22. Posters have been put across the city to peddle their false propaganda against the Indian government. The Pakistani-sponsored fake protests near the event venue could also pose a security threat to PM Modi.

Prime Minister Modi will be visiting Houston before travelling to New York to speak at the United Nations General Assembly. A mega event is planned in which PM Modi will address the Indian community in the USA. The United States President Donald Trump will also be joining Prime Minister Modi in Houston during the “Howdy, Modi! Shared Dreams, Bright Futures” mega-event.

The tickets for the much-awaited community event ‘Howdy, Modi’, to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Houston has been sold out with over 50,000 people registering for the programme, the organisers said.

The Howdy event will be the largest ever event addressed by an Indian Prime Minister in North America and also the largest for a foreign leader in the US other than Pope Francis. The Howdy event will be Prime Minister Modi’s third major address to the Indian-American community after he became PM in 2014 and the first after his re-election in May. The previous two were at the Madison Square Garden in New York in 2014 and the Silicon Valley in 2016. Both the events were attended by more than 20,000 people.

This is not the first time that globally isolated and humiliated Pakistan is resorting to thuggery and vandalism to seek its vengeance against India for exposing its state-sponsored terror policy.

Last month, Khalistani goons and Pakistani immigrants in London had attacked the Indian High Commission in London on the occasion of India’s Independence Day. The Pakistan sponsored goons had resorted to stone-pelting, a personal favourite method of the jihadis worldwide to mark their protest against abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir.

This month, the Indian High Commission in London suffered another attack on September 3 after protests over the abrogation of Article 370. A 10,000 strong mob of British Pakistanis, Pakistan-sponsored Khalistanis and some hired goons marched in London in the so-called ‘Kashmir Freedom March’. The building suffered damages as several windows and window panes have been smashed by the violent attackers pretending to be worried about Kashmir.

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