Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the stone of the foundation a temple which will be situated between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the two visit to UAE. He will lay the foundation through a video conferencing. According to the Joint Secretary of Gulf in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in short termed as MEA, Mridul Kumar has also announced that Modi will also visit a shiva temple that is located in Oman which is about 200 years old.
Purpose of the Tour
Prime Minister has promised that he will visit three West Asian countries simultaneously in the new tour that is organized. The West Asian countries will include a trip to United Arab Emirates as well as Oman. He will also visit other countries for the purpose of promoting faith and diplomacy within the countries. It is understood that diplomacy and faith will go conjointly and will work together. It is the time that countries of the West Asia come and join hands for the same purpose.
Places to Visit
Along with the UAE, Abu Dhabi and Oman, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi will also visit Palestine to ensure the unity within the countries of West Asia. He will be visiting these places on 9th February till 12th February according to the Joint Secretary of Gulf.
Faith of the Indians
Definitely in both these countries they have a sizeable Indian community. Along with establishment of the mosques that are situated in UAE there must also be the building up of some temples to promote Indians living there. The Indians might have the faith and courage to stay confidently in the places like Dubai and Oman in United Arab Emirates. There has been a lot of turmoil in the relationship between India and the UAE. Now it is time to sort out the problems and regain the faith and diplomacy within the two countries.
Fulfillment of the Demand
Long before in the year 2015, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the United Arab Emirates, there was a huge demand of making a temple. The issue was raised by the Indian community living there for ages. Many discussions had taken place but no action had been taken. Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, had then assured of the fulfillment of the demand. The demand is now being fulfilled for the purpose of regaining the lost faith.