That’s what democracy is…!: Prime Minister Modi
Prime Minister Modi expressed his anguish over the opposition parties’ decision to boycott the inauguration of the new Parliament building on 28th May 2023. In this context, he recalled his recent visit to Australia. He said that a large number of former Prime Ministers, MPs, and opposition leaders as well participated in the program organized by the Indian diaspora in Sydney. Commenting that democracy is like that, while indirectly criticizing the opposition in India acting like this.
PM Narendra Modi arrived in Delhi yesterday after visiting Japan, Papua New Guinea, and Australia, and was warmly welcomed at the airport. Union ministers, BJP leaders, and workers extraordinarily welcomed him. The entire area was resounding with the slogans of Modi…Modi. He said that he had told the world about the uniqueness of India during his foreign tour, and when he was speaking, the world believed that he was speaking as a representative of 140 crore Indians.
Modi said that the leaders of the world countries have appreciated the various activities undertaken by India in the capacity of G-20 President. He said that all the leaders he met are appreciating the Indian Government’s efforts in this regard and, according to him it is a source of pride for all the Indians.
PM Modi attended the G-7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan to start with…and then he reached Papua New Guinea where he participated in a program organized by 14 Pacific Island countries. The PM got a warm welcome in that country too. As a special gesture, PM Modi was given a warm formal welcome by setting aside its tradition of not giving a formal welcome to foreign leaders in their country after sunset. Later on, PM Modi went to Australia and met Prime Minister Albanese, and attended various events. The Australian PM Albanese described him as ‘Modi is the boss’.