Ambani to join Modi, Ivanka for dinner as beggars moved off streets, seeking alms declared illegal

Corporates dine with Prime Minster and Evanka Trump for the Global Entrepreneurs Summit (GES)

Police declares begging as an offence and banned people from seeking alms for two months

Mukesh Ambani will be among corporate honchos who would dine with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President’s daughter Ivanka Trump on the night of November 28 at Taj Falaknuma Palace hotel in Old City of Hyderabad.

According to a report in The Hindu by Marri Ramu, Business tycoons Ratan Tata and Anand Mahindra will also be present.

To be hosted on the occasion of the Global Entrepreneurs Summit (GES), the banquet will be at the famous 101-seat dining table -one of the largest dining tables in the world- of Falaknuma Palace built by Paigah family.

Union Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and and other VVIPs will be among 99 persons who will be seated at the table.

On the whole, the dinner hosted at the hotel is expected be attended by over 2,000 people, including GES delegates, Telangana police officials supervising security arrangements told The Hindu.

Meanwhile, nearly 1,000 beggars have been shifted to the ashrams for Ivanka’s three-day visit to Hyderabad for the high-profile entrepreneurship conference.

Several women beggars from a dargah or shrine for a Muslim religious figure at Langar Houz on the outskirts of Hyderabad were brought to Ananda Ashram at Cherlapalli jail on November 11 after the police declared begging as an offence and banned people from seeking alms on the city’s streets for two months.

The police are preparing for the visit of Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US president Donald Trump.

“We have brought 133 women beggars to Ananda Ashram at Cherlapalli jail. And all the male beggars have been shifted to a similar ashram at Chanchalguda jail,” ashram in-charge and Cherlapalli open jail superintendent K Arjun Rao told Hindustan Times.

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