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‘Little India’ resides in Australia, PM Modi to rename Harris Park area as ‘Little India’

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PM Modi is in Papua New Guinea, and from here he will go to Australia.

PM Modi Australia Visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Papua New Guinea after attending the G7 Summit in Hiroshima. From here PM Modi will go to Australia.

The Harris Park area of ​​Parramatta, the second oldest city here, will be renamed by PM Modi as ‘Little India’. Actually, a large number of people from the Indian community live here. The city is only a short distance from Sydney.

PM Narendra Modi will go to Australia after Papua New Guinea. Will visit the Australian city of Sydney at the invitation of Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. The Prime Minister will also interact with the Indian community at a special event in Sydney.

The Harris Park area in Parramatta will be renamed ‘Little India’, to be announced during the PM’s community event. According to the Australian Government website, Harris Park has a large Indian community.

It is a bastion of Indian cuisine and small to medium businesses run by Indians. This is the reason why this area is informally called ‘Little India’.

Know about Harris Park

Harris Park is a suburb of Greater Western Sydney in the Australian state of New South Wales. Harris Park is located in the local government area of ​​the City of Parramatta, 19 km west of the Sydney central business district, and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Harris Park has a majority of Indian and Hindu populations, the two largest ethnic and religious groups.

PM Modi reached Papua New Guinea on Sunday evening

PM Modi reached Papua New Guinea on Sunday evening before visiting Australia. For the first time, PM Modi made a record by stepping on the soil of Papua New Guinea. PM Modi is the first Prime Minister of India to visit this small country.

Something happened here at the airport and its video has gone viral. James Marape, the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, who came here to welcome PM Modi, touched the feet of the Prime Minister. During this, PM Modi was also surprised.

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