Nation greets its PM after he returns home from his three-nation visit
PM Modi returns home after his three-nation visit and was greeted and welcomed by a large number of BJP workers and supporters who gathered outside New Delhi’s Palam airport to welcome him, as per NDTV news, on Thursday, 25th May.
Three nations where he visited are Papua New Guinea, Japan and Australia. It is informed that before his arrival, the member’s ad some strong supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had already arrived at the airport to greet him. The BJP national President is accompanied by Minister of State (MoS) External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi, Former Union Minister Harsh Vardhan, Delhi MP Ramesh Vidhuri, Hans Raj Hans, and Leader of the Opposition in the Delhi Assembly- Ramvir Singh Bidhuri. The BJP workers said to ANI, that people are here to welcome the nation’s great man as he had made us and the whole country proud. Some were present there from midnight.
Some camera visuals as recorded by news agents showed BJP workers eagerly waiting for the PM’s visit holding placards and national flags. Some were even seen dancing to drum beats among tight security before Modi’s arrival, showing how the nation’s spirit has been uplifted by his return. The PM recently thanked his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese for the utmost care and hospitality that he received during his Sydney visit which is going to foster good and friendly relations between Australia and India in the future times. Additionally, it is stated that the two presidents will continue to work for a “vibrant friendship” between India and Australia, which is also in the “interest of the greater good”. During his three-day visit, Modi and his Australian counterpart had bilateral discussions. He also spoke at a landmark community programme. Additionally, he met a number of corporate executives and notable Australians.
Several thousands of overseas Indians were witnessed at the venue for the community event, in Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney Olympic Park, many of whom flew in a special ’Modi Airways’ to attend how PM Modi‘s addresses in Australia. At the event, Australian PM Albanese compared PM Modi’s mass appeal with that of the famed rock star Bruce Springsteen who incidentally is famed among his fans as ‘The Boss’.
In a tweet PM Modi commented after his visit to Australia that he had nurtured productive talks with PM @AlboMP to a historic community programme, from meeting business leaders to eminent Australians who have come from different walks of life. This visit has been very important in the History of India as it is going to boost the friendship between the two nations.
During his visit to Papua New Guinea, Modi co-chaired the third India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit with Guinea’s PM James Marape on Monday this week and this visit too holds much importance as it historically marks the first-ever visit by an Indian PM to an island and strategically it also lays the foundation of what could be one of the most significant bilateral partnerships of India, as per Global Order. He is the first Indian PM also to visit Papua New Guinea. Earlier, he visited Japan, where he attended the summit of the G7 advanced economics holding bilateral meetings with many leaders of the world. The Quad Summit was also held on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Hiroshima.