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What did the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea say by touching PM Modi's feet?

Amit Kumar Jha
What did the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea say by touching PM Modi feet
What did the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea say by touching PM Modi feet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narenda Modi) had a grand welcome in Papua New Guinea. During this, the PM of Papua New Guinea also touched the feet of Prime Minister Modi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned to India after visiting three countries ie Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia. You will remember that when Prime Minister Modi reached Papua New Guinea, the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, who came to receive him, touched the feet of Prime Minister Modi. After which PM Modi blessed him by patting his back. Everyone was surprised to see so much respect towards India and PM Modi. Now Foreign Minister Jaishankar has told that what the PM of Papua New Guinea had said about Prime Minister Modi before touching his feet, let us know about it.

The story of becoming 'The Boss'

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Papua New Guinea, everyone saw the way he was welcomed there. The PM of Australia called Prime Minister Modi 'The Boss'. There is a story behind this too. He told me that it was not a part of his speech but it was his sentiment.

What did the PM of Papua New Guinea say?

S Jaishankar told that he had spoken to the Ambassador of Papua New Guinea. He told that the PM of Papua New Guinea had said that PM Modi is not another guest for him. PM Modi is a guru for him. PM Modi is Vishwaguru for him. S Jaishankar spoke on PM Modi's return home.

Praising the model of PM Modi

In the public meeting organized after PM Modi's return home, BJP National President JP Nadda said that it is a matter of fortune for us that wherever PM Narendra Modi went, leaders, academia and scientists were eager to meet him and they Discussed with you about intensive governance. The world appreciated PM Modi's model of governance and from time to time world leaders took it seriously.