SAN JOSE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address today at the Townhall has many angles attached to it. With so much excitement prevailing all over the world, let us have a look at some of the exclusive things associated with the same:
• LIVE WEB STREAMING OF PM’S ADDRESS
PM Modi today’s address could be seen live with the option of web streaming being made available for today’s address.
• MARK ZUCKERBERG TO ASK QUESTIONS POSTED BY PEOPLE ON FACEBOOK PAGE
Today’s address will also include questions being invited by Mark Zuckerberg by people from all over the world. In response, Facebook CEO has got 37,000 questions in response. The session is going to be one-on-one between the two men, Narendra Modi and, Mark Zuckerberg. Also Modi will not take questions from audience and even facebook employess will not be asking any questions from Modi.
• MODI TO DISCUSS SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES WITH MARK ZUCKERBERG
Modi is also going to discuss social and economic changes with the Facebook CEO. Mark Zuckerberg, as a part of Facebook has been pushing up for internet.org, which is meant to bridge the socio-economic divide in less developed countries. So, this is something which perfectly ties in with Narendra Modi’s ‘Digital India Push.’
• PM TO ADDRESS IN HINDI
During the Townhall session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be speaking in Hindi, in a way, showing respect for our Mother Tongue.
• DRESSCODE FOR THE FACEBOOK EMPLOYEES
Facebook has issued dress code for its Employess ahead of the PM’s visit to the Townhall. It has advised its employees to dress decently and have asked women to avoid wearing sleeveless shirts and shorts.
• MODI TO REPEAT THE ‘MADISON MAGIC’
With 18,000 tickets being sold so far, the PM is expected to address around 20,000 people at the SAP centre.
• RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES AS WELL
Bollywood singer, Kailash Kher is to perform at SAP Centre.
Townhall event is expected to last for an hour i.e. full 60 minutes.
Mark Zuberberg is very excited about the whole session. He has posted on his Facebook page, “I’ll host the Indian Prime Minister Modi for a Townhall Q&A at Facebook Headquarters. I’m looking forward to having a conversation about what connectivity means for India’s future.”
Looks like, Modi is all set to relive his Madison Square moment there as well.