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PM Modi addressed the Indian community in Tokyo today. During this, he was accorded a warm welcome by the citizens of Japan, including the Indian diaspora. During this, people of the Indian community were raising slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Modi Modi’.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this time at the Quad Summit (Quad Summit) is on a tour of Japan to participate in. He addressed the Indian community today. During this, he was accorded a warm welcome by the citizens of Japan, including the Indian diaspora. During this, people of the Indian community were raising slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Modi Modi’. Its video has been shared by news agency ANI. People from far and wide in this program PM Modi (PM Narendra Modi) arrived in Tokyo to welcome him.
Addressing the overseas Indians, PM Modi said that India and Japan are natural allies and Japan has played an important role in India’s development journey and capacity building. Our relationship with Japan is one of strength, respect and a shared resolve for the world. Our relation with Japan is of Buddha, Enlightenment, Knowledge, Meditation. He said, ‘India and Japan are natural allies. Japan has played an important role in India’s development journey. Our relationship with Japan is of intimacy, of spirituality, of cooperation, of belongingness.
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Modi described Japan as an important partner in India’s capacity building. He said that whether it is Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Dedicated Freight Corridor, these are great examples of Indo-Japan cooperation. The Prime Minister said that today’s world needs a lot to follow the path shown by Lord Buddha. He said, ‘This is the way that every challenge facing the world today, be it violence, anarchy, terrorism or climate change. This is the only way to save humanity from all this.
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