On his return to India after a three-nation tour of Japan, Papua New Guinea, and Australia, Prime Minister Modi stated that the world is interested in what India is thinking right now. The world wants to know what India is thinking right now, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who concluded his three-nation tour of Japan, Papua New Guinea, and Australia on Thursday. The prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, remarked that when it comes to providing vaccines to the rest of the globe, we care even about our enemies. “The people here asked me why I gave the vaccines to the world. I want to say that this is the land of Buddha, Gandhi. We care even for our enemies… Today the world wants to know what India is thinking,” According to the news agency ANI, PM Modi stated.
PM Modi arrived at Delhi’s Palam Airport. Speaking at a welcoming event, PM Modi mentioned the Indian diaspora event that took place in Sydney. He noted that the presence of past prime ministers, lawmakers from opposition parties, and Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese at the event demonstrated the power of democracy. “The Indian diaspora event in Sydney was not only attended by the Australian PM but also by former PM, MPs from opposition parties, and the ruling party. This is the strength of democracy. All of them together participated in this program of the Indian community,” PM Modi stated, according to ANI. PM Modi added that individuals who have immigrated to India are those who love the nation, not him.
“When I talk about the culture of my country, I look into the eyes of the world. This confidence has come because you have formed a government with an absolute majority in the country. Those who have come here are people who love India, not PM Modi,” According to ANI, PM Modi stated. In response to the attack on pilgrimage sites, Prime Minister Modi asserted that the world is ready to listen and concurred with him that such an attack is intolerable. “I want to tell you that While speaking about the culture and great tradition of India, never get immersed in slavery mentality, speak with courage. The world is eager to listen. The world agrees with me when I say that attack on our pilgrimage sites is not acceptable,” PM Modi stated.
During the welcome ceremony, PM Modi also praised Tamil, claiming that it is the oldest language in existence and the language of all Indians. “Tamil language is our language. It is the language of every Indian. It is the oldest language in the world. I had the opportunity to release the Tok Pisin translation of the book ‘Thirukkural’ in Papua New Guinea,” PM Modi said.
On his arrival at the airport, JP Nadda, the national president of the BJP, and other party members presented PM Modi with flowers. Nadda arrived at Delhi’s Palam airport early on Thursday to greet PM Modi as he arrived in India following the conclusion of his three-nation tour. Along with Meenakshi Lekhi, Harsh Vardhan, Ramesh Vidhuri, Hans Raj Hans, and Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, who is the leader of the opposition in the Delhi Assembly, the BJP National President was accompanied by other officials. Outside Palam airport, a sizable crowd of BJP members and supporters gathered to welcome PM Modi.