i don’t lower my eyes
PM Modi gave a strong speech after landing at the airport. PM Modi said that I go to the countries of the world, meet great men of the world and talk about the potential of India, I discuss the talent of the young generation of India. He said that when given the opportunity, the youth of India show their bravery… I go and tell this in the world. The PM said that while glorifying the great culture of my country, I do not lower my eyes… I talk with eyes closed.
…then the world see with me
PM Modi said that I would also say the same thing to you that while speaking about India’s culture and great tradition, never get immersed in slavery mentality, speak with courage… The world is eager to listen. The world agrees with me when I say that attacks on our pilgrimage sites are not acceptable. The PM said that the people present here today are not the people who love Modi ji, they are the people who love Mother India. These are the people who love India. When the name of India is illuminated, the spirit of 140 crore countrymen touches new heights.
PM showed the mirror to the opposition
PM Modi also indirectly showed the mirror to the opposition by opposing the reception of the Parliament. PM Modi said that it is a matter of pride for all of us to have the PM of Australia in the program of the Indian community, but not only this, the former Prime Minister was also present in that function… There were MPs from the opposition, MPs from the ruling party. All of them together participated in this program of the Indian community. This fame is not of Modi, it is of the effort of India… It is of the spirit of 140 crore Indians.
Australia considers India as its own
Australia… today considers India as its own, looks at India with respect and sees its future linked with India’s future. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the analogy of cricket to describe the rapidly growing relationship between India and Australia. The PM said that it has now entered ‘T20 mode’. Modi made the remarks after talks with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese. The talks focused on further expanding the India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. He also invited Albanese and Australian cricket fans to India for the Cricket World Cup event to be held in India later this year. Modi said that I have come to Australia within two months of my friend Prime Minister Albanese’s visit to India. This is our sixth meeting in the last one year. This reflects the depth of our comprehensive ties, the convergence of our views and the maturity of our cooperation.