Prime Minister Modi addresses a meeting at Delhi’s Palam Airport after concluding a three-nation visit | 10 POINTS
PM Modi at Delhi Airport: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the Palam Airport in Delhi today after concluding his visit to three countries: Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Prime Minister Modi was received by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National Chairman JP Nadda, Union Minister Meenakashi Lekhi and other party leaders. JP Nadda hung a garland on him upon his arrival at Palam airport after concluding his three-country visit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a warm welcome as people chanted ‘Modi-Modi’ upon his arrival in Delhi. Thousands of people gathered to listen to Prime Minister Modi as he spoke about India’s place in the world and how the country is widely respected. The Prime Minister greeted workers and BJP supporters gathered in front of Palam airport to welcome him.
This is what PM Modi said upon arrival from the three-nation visit:
- Addressing the people gathered at Delhi’s Palam Airport, the Prime Minister said that he used every available time in the best possible way for the good of the country. “Whatever time I was able to take advantage of during this 3-day trip, I used it in the best possible way for the good of the nation, to make the best possible decisions for the nation. All the leaders I met… all the personalities I spoke to were so mesmerized and grateful that India was holding the G20 Presidency in such an excellent way. This is a source of great pride for all Indians,” he said.
- The Prime Minister said: “I glorify my nation before the world not with hesitation, but with confidence and pride.” And he added: “The reason behind this is the government that all of you have elected with an absolute majority.” “When I speak, the world not only believes in me, but also believes in the 140 million Indians that I represent,” he added.
- Prime Minister Modi said the world wants to know what India is thinking and said that Indians should never suffer from a “slave mentality” when speaking about their great culture and traditions and instead speak out boldly.
- Referring to the increase in incidents of temple vandalism in other countries, he said the world agrees with him when he says that any attack on the country’s pilgrimage site is not acceptable. “I want to tell you that when talking about the culture and the great tradition of India, never plunge into a slave mentality, speak boldly. The world is eager to listen. The world agrees with me when I say that they attack our pilgrimage. sites is not acceptable,” he said.
- Referring to opposition parties’ objections to sending Indian vaccines to foreign countries, he said: “People here asked me why I gave the vaccines to the world. I mean this is the land of the Buddha, Gandhi. We care even about our enemies…Today the world wants to know what India is thinking.”
- PM Modi also spoke about the launch of the Tok Pisin translation of the book ‘Thirukkural’ in Papua New Guinea, saying, “The Tamil language is our language. It is the language of all Indians. It is the oldest language in the world. I had the opportunity to publish the Tok Pisin translation of the book ‘Thirukkural’ in Papua New Guinea”.
- In an apparent attack on the 20 opposition parties that decided to boycott the opening of the new parliament building on May 28, the prime minister said that the Indian diaspora event in Sydney was not only attended by the Australian prime minister, but also by the former prime minister , representatives of the opposition parties and the government party. “This is the strength of democracy. All together participated in this program of the indigenous community”, he said.
- The Prime Minister had visited Hiroshima in Japan to attend the Group of Seven or G7 Summit. He then traveled to Papua New Guinea, which was his first tour, as well as the first visit by an Indian prime minister to the Indo-Pacific country. Prime Minister Modi also traveled to Sydney at the invitation of Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
- External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar said the world is seeing a new India thanks to the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Today, the world is seeing a new India thanks to the leadership of Prime Minister Modi,” Jaishankar said as the prime minister arrived in India after concluding his visit to three countries: Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia.
- BJP National Chairman JP Nadda said the world appreciates Prime Minister Modi’s “governance model”. “The world appreciates his model of government. US President Joe Biden asked for his autograph, this shows how the world views India under his leadership,” Nadda said. “The way the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea touched his feet shows how much respect they have there. The people of India feel proud when they see our Prime Minister being received in this way,” he added.
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