PM Modi welcome banners appear on vehicles in London

  • PM Modi welcome banners appear on vehicles in London

PM Modi welcome banners appear on vehicles in London

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, who is now on United Kingdom trip.

Later, PM Modi addressed the rape case at the Indian diaspora event "Bharat Ki Baat Sabke Saath" at the Central Hall Westminster in London on April. 18.

Prime Minister Theresa May, who is hoping to secure a free trade agreement with India after Brexit said: "Our trade partnership is showing how we can remove barriers to increase trade between our two countries". My equity is the support of a billion Indians. Secondly, Modi said, he believes the "job of people in a democracy does not end with casting their vote once in five years". "I have to forget myself to do justice to the nation", Modi told Joshi.

The event, hosted by Prince Charles, include the launch of a new Ayurvedic Centre of Excellence, aimed at creating a first-of-its-kind global network for evidence-based research on yoga and Ayurveda.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday had a series of bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the multilateral Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Modi had asked, rhetorically.

The National Indian Students and Alumni UK (NISAU), whose members' tickets were cancelled, had written a letter to PM Modi on the issue of women's safety in India.

PM Modi also said the operation was implemented "100 per cent as planned".

"They don't have the power to fight a war but an attack from behind".

"But, we first informed Pakistan about the surgical strike, we did not hide it".

He said India will not tolerate "those who like to export terror and try to backstab" and "they will be given a strong reply and in the language they understand". People applauded in their best spirits and it seemed they were all too jubilant to see this version of their beloved leader.

Modi told the audience that things are different in India now.

"Days of incremental change are over". We face many challenges in the world today. We were calling them since 11 am but they were scared to answer the phone. "I want to work for the poor, the marginalised and the downtrodden", he said. As far as disappointment is concerned, when you have to do something for yourself, you can be disappointed.

"I want Modi government should be criticised to the fullest, in every manner".

PM Abbasi is expected to participate actively in all executive and retreat sessions as well as a number of events being held on the CHOGM's sidelines. She also added that the she is facing a social boycott and is being called "anti-Hindu" for taking up the case.

Faisal maintained that the threatening statements emanating from the top Indian leadership against Pakistan should be a matter of concern for the worldwide community. "It is both unfortunate and unbecoming of him to say that India's prime minister speaks to Pakistan in its own language", he said. There were two distinct camps - several groups that were against the Indian prime minister and the government for a variety of reasons, from demanding Khalistan to those protesting the murder of rationalists and journalists, and those protesting against the protestors.