Congress president Rahul Gandhi is now in Singapore as part of a three-day visit to Singapore and Malaysia with meeting the prime ministers of both nations on the cards.
In an entry at via his social media, Rahul said he looked forward to meeting the Indian community, business leaders and members of the Indian Overseas Congress in the two countries.
The Indian politician added that also on his schedule were meetings with Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong and Malaysian PM Najib Razak.
Earlier, he paid homage to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and paid a visit to the Singapore Indian Association.
“Met and interacted with CEO Ho Ching and the board of Temasek along with Sam Pitroda and Milind Deora in Singapore and discussed a plethora of issues including quantum computing, robotics, AI, Chinese manufacturing, and big data.
“Met with Indian-origin CEOs of companies in Singapore and discussed a range of issues including jobs, investments, and the prevalent economic condition,” he updated separately on his Facebook page.
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