EAM Jaishankar: PM Modi leading India towards progressive path, unveiling 'New India'
EAM Jaishankar: PM Modi leading India towards progressive path, unveiling 'New India' (image credits: business standard.com)

India: S Jaishankar – The External Affairs Minister (EAM) of India has commended that the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been taking the country towards the progressive path, and the world is seeing a ‘new India’.

Following the end of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s arrival in India after concluding his three nations visit, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar noted that the world is experiencing a new form of India under the supervision of PM Modi. Prime Minister has visited Papua New Guinea, Japan and Australia, said the reports.

The Prime Minister of India is ‘Vishwa Guru’, said the PM of Papua New Guinea during his meeting with PM Modi, whereas the Australian PM called PM Modi’ the Boss’. 

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar further noted that he is keen to express his gratitude to PM Modi for his contribution to shaping the country and its image and reputation among the world. 

He stated that India is standing among the high places with the other nations, which is only because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he noted. “This is a new beginning for me,” said the Minister.

National President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), JP Nadda, has also welcomed PM Modi on his arrival back to India after completing his three-nation visit. 

While mentioning the contribution of PM Modi, he noted that the world appreciates your efforts and approach to enhancing governance. 

He added that the President of the United States, Joe Biden, asking for your autograph has showcased how the world and the nation are transforming under your leadership.

“The way the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea kneeled and touched your feet in respect displays how much admiration you have there, said JP Nadda while extending his remarks. 

The way you were welcomed by the PM of Papua New Guinea has made the country people feel proud after seeing that, he added. 

Prime Minister Modi arrived in Delhi at the Palam airport and was accompanied by JP Nadda, National President of the Bharatiya Janata Party and members at the airport.

 

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