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Ahead of PM Modi’s return, BJP plans grand welcome

BJP has planned a mega welcome highlight PM Modi’s success to put Kashmir as an internal issue of India on the world stage and counter Pakistan’s rhetoric.  


New Delhi| After a busy week across the USA, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has is set to return to India. he will reach India at around eight o’clock tonight. However, the enthused BJP workers have already planned a grand welcome for the Prime Minister. Delhi BJP workers will reach the airport in large numbers and will give mega welcome to PM Modi. This is to highlight PM Modi’s success to put Kashmir as an internal issue of India on the world stage and counter Pakistan’s rhetoric.

The huge success of Howdy Modi event arranged in Houston is also one of the reasons for the grand welcome. It was for the first time a United States President joined an Indian Prime Minister for an address at an event hosted by the NRI Indian community. As many as 50,000 people attended the mega event.

PM Modi will reach Palam Airport at around 8 pm tonight. The celebrations will begin at 6 pm.

PM Modi thanked the people of America

PM Modi tweeted, “This tour of USA was very fruitful. In the last few days, I have participated in a variety of programs, the results of which will greatly benefit India.” PM Modi also thanked the people of America for welcoming me warmly. Not only this, he thanked US President Donald Trump, members of the US Congress and the government.”

Also Read: Watch: PM Modi replies to “Howdy Modi” in diverse regional languages of India

On Friday, PM Modi gave an important message to the world from the stage of his United Nations General Assembly. He said that terrorism is the biggest challenge for humanity. Without naming Pakistan, PM Modi said that a world divided between terror is not in anyone’s interest and such a divided world hurts the theory of the birth of the UN. A world scattered due to terrorism cannot benefit anyone. There is both seriousness and resentment in India’s voice to alert the world. India has not given war to the world, but Buddha.

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