PM Modi reached Delhi’s Palam airport after completing three-nation tour

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Delhi’s Palam airport on Thursday after completing his three-nation tour to Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia. BJP National President JP Nadda and party members garlanded Prime Minister Modi on his arrival at the airport. Nadda arrived at Delhi’s Palam airport on Thursday morning to receive PM Modi upon his arrival in India at the conclusion of his three-nation tour.

The BJP national president was accompanied by Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi, former Union Minister Harsh Vardhan, Delhi MPs Ramesh Vidhuri, Hans Raj Hans and Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri. A large number of BJP workers and supporters also gathered outside Palam airport to welcome PM Modi.

Speaking to ANI, BJP workers said, “People are here to welcome PM Modi as he has made us and the entire nation proud.” Another worker said, “At midnight we are here to welcome PM Modi as he has made everyone proud.” Visuals showed BJP workers eagerly waiting for the arrival of the PM with placards and the national flag in their hands. They can be seen dancing to the beats of drums amid tight security ahead of the PM’s arrival.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese for the hospitality during his recent visit to Sydney, which will “boost the friendship between Australia and India” and said the two leaders share a “vibrant India-Australia friendship”. Will keep working in that direction. Which is also in the “interest of the universal good”.

During his three-day visit, PM Modi held bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart and also addressed a historic community event. He also met with a number of business leaders and distinguished Australians. The Kudos Bank Arena, community event venue in Sydney Olympic Park, witnessed thousands of expatriate Indians, many of whom flew in a special “Modi Airways” to attend PM Modi’s address in Australia.

At the community event, Australian PM Albanese compared PM Modi’s mass appeal to legendary rockstar Bruce Springsteen, who is incidentally fondly known as “The Boss” among his fans.

As his visit to Australia came to an end, PM Modi tweeted, “From productive talks with PM @AlboMP to a historic community event, from business leaders to meeting eminent Australians from various walks of life, what a remarkable trip it has been.” which will promote friendship between Australia and India.”

During his visit to Papua New Guinea, PM Modi co-chaired the 3rd India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) summit with Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape on Monday this week.

PM Modi’s visit is important in many ways. Historically, it marks the first visit by an Indian prime minister to the island and strategically, it lays the foundation for one of India’s most important bilateral partnerships in the context of the Indo-Pacific, according to Global. order.

PM Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Papua New Guinea. Earlier, he visited Japan where he attended the G7 Advanced Economies Summit and held bilateral meetings with several world leaders. The Quad summit was also held on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Hiroshima.