Narendra Modi, the prime minister, will soon speak at a community event in Sydney, Australia. As part of his three-nation tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon address a community engagement at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia. At Sydney Olympic Park, a sizable contingent of Indian expatriates have assembled to meet PM Modi.
Following a series of discussions with Australian CEOs, artists, and activists, PM Mod organised cultural programmes in Sydney for the community event. Anup Jalota, a vocalist, stated to the media in this location: “People love PM Modi. Even Pak loves him. People in Pak say they need a leader like him…People in Sydney have one thing in their heart – they want him as permanent PM.”
Danielle Mate, a visual artist, previously described her encounter with PM Narendra Modi in Sydney. “We talked a lot about how India and Australia could work better, encouraging creative subjects, particularly in University. He definitely has a creative element to himself…I think there are a lot of cultural crossovers in art as well as just culturally. There are a lot of similarities between our two countries, which is beautiful,” she said.
Brian Paul Schmidt, a recipient of the Nobel Prize, said when discussing the advancement of science in India,”…India’s ability to do world-class Science has become just an order of magnitude higher because India is investing in its Science and scientists to give them equipment and the ability to ask questions on the edge. PM Modi is certainly one of the most visible leaders that India has had in my lifetime…”