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Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges young Japanese to visit India at least once

Tokyo [Japan]May 23: Prime Minister Narendra Modi recalled Swami Vivekananda’s praise for Japan on Monday and urged young Japanese to visit India at least once. ..

Addressing India’s community program here, the Prime Minister said that people-led governance in India today is constantly increasing people’s confidence in democracy.

Prime Minister Modi said Swami Vivekananda was impressed with Japan and suggested that young Indians should visit Japan at least once in their lifetime.

“We hope that this good will will be advanced and that young Japanese people will come to India at least once,” the Prime Minister said.

There was a great deal of enthusiasm among the Indian diasporas for the program, and when he began his speech, the chant “Modi Modi and Jai Shree Ram” echoed in the hall. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed the size and size of India’s policy plan, said Interior Minister Amit Shah.

“Whenever I come to Japan, I am very much loved by the people here. Some of you have been in Japan for years and have adapted to the culture of this country. Still, Indian culture. Is more and more devoted to language, “he said.

The Prime Minister praised India’s diaspora for its contribution to Japan and at the same time praised India’s love for India.

“We Indians have a deep attachment to” Calm Bumi “, but their love for” Matri Bumi “has not diminished. You cannot leave your homeland. This is one of our greatest strengths, “said Prime Minister Modi.

He said people-led governance is really working in India today. “This model of governance makes delivery efficient. This is the main reason why people’s confidence in democracy is constantly growing. Today, India has the same hopes of technology-driven, science-driven and innovation-driven. I’m so proud of the past. A talent-led future. “

We will also hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Prime Minister Modi chaired a roundtable with top executives and CEOs of more than 34 Japanese companies in Tokyo and invited his leader to India’s “Make in India for the World” campaign.

The Prime Minister will attend the 2nd Quad Leaders Summit on Tuesday, providing leaders from the four quad countries (Japan, Australia, India and the United States) with the opportunity to see the progress of the Group’s initiatives. .. (ANI)

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