Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took little time in bringing up the fact that the relations between India & USA have move beyond partnership and now they are more of a close relationship between the two countries.
Mr. Modi was addressing the crowd in front of US President Donald Trump in Ahmedabad’s Motera Stadium during the ‘Namaste Trump’ event where he let go his thoughts about the current relationship with the North American country.
“There is so much that we share: shared values and ideals, shared spirit of enterprise and innovation, shared opportunities and challenges, shared hopes and aspirations,” Indian PM said.
When Modi opened his speech, there were loud chants of ‘long live India-U.S. friendship”.
“You [Mr. Trump] are heartily welcome in the largest democracy of the world. This is Gujarat, but the entire country is enthusiastic in welcoming you. I think, today, we can see history being repeated. Five months back I started my U.S. trip with ‘Howdy Modi’ and today my friend President Donald Trump is starting his Indian trip with ‘Namaste Trump’ here in Ahmedabad,” Mr. Modi said in front of around 1 lakh people present in the Motera Stadium.
Narendra Modi emphasised on the fact that India and U.S. has been growing better terms in many sectors and praised the Trump administration for doing a fantastic work to bring the two countries close to each other.
Mr. Trump landed in Delhi tomorrow where he was recieved by the Indian prime minister at the airport. During the ‘Namaste Trump’ event at the Motera Stadium, Mr. Modi gave Donald Trump a total of six hugs and that was the highlight of the session.