Sheikh Sultan, member of Abu Dhabi Royal Family, begins speech with ‘Jai Siya Ram’, video goes viral: WATCH
Abu Dhabi: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in UAE on Saturday, on the second leg of his three-nation tour, an outdated video of a member of the Abu Dhabi Royal Household grew to become viral on the social media.
The 2-year-old video, which is being broadly shared on the social media, exhibits Sheikh Sultan, a member of the Abu Dhabi Royal household, attending a Ram Katha programme performed by well-known non secular guru Morari Bapu.
Sheikh Sultan had come to attend what was the 780th ‘Ram Katha’ by Morari Bapu, the famend exponent of the Ram Charit Manas.
Throughout the occasion, which was held in Abu Dhabi between September 17-25, 2016, Sheikh Sultan was invited on stage to share his views.
Unexpectedly, Sheikh Sultan started his speech by saying ‘Jai Siya Ram’, sending the group right into a frenzy.
Watch the video right here.
Curiously, the video began doing the rounds on the social media platforms shortly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in UAE Saturday night from Jordan, on the second leg of his three-nation tour of West Asia.
He was acquired by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and different members of the Royal Household on the airport.
The 2 leaders hugged one another and exchanged pleasantries.
The Prime Minister thanked the Crown Prince for the particular gesture of receiving him on the airport and mentioned his go to could have a optimistic affect on India-UAE ties.
“We warmly welcome our state visitor and valued good friend, the Indian Prime Minister H.E.@narendramodi to the UAE. His go to displays our long-standing historic ties and is a testomony to our pleasant bilateral relationship,” Mohammed Bin Zayed, additionally the Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, tweeted.
Prime Minister Modi, who’s right here on his second go to to the UAE, held wide-ranging talks with and Mohammed Bin Zayed.
Modi had first visited the UAE as prime minister in August 2015.
After their talks, the 2 sides signed 5 agreements associated to the power sector, railways, manpower and monetary companies.
On Sunday, he’ll tackle at a group occasion at Dubai Opera.