Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with people disguised to be the world on Wednesday at Westminister’s Central Hall in London, United Kingdom, in the ‘Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Sath’ (India with discussion with the world).
Modi is in a five-day three-nation tour and earlier during the day met British counterpart Theresa May to discuss on a new UK-India Tech Parnership.
In his bilateral meeting with May he discussed about creating thousands of jobs and generate significant investment in India as well as England with the new Tech Partnership.
The two leaders discussed other topics too including chemical weapons attacks in Sallsbury and Syria, defence cooperation and legal matters.
In his discussion with the world the PM outlined three objectives of his government and those are that youths must have jobs, elderly must have access to medicine and of course children must be educated.
The popular leader added, “People have more expectations from us because they know that we can deliver. People know that when they say something, the government will listen and do it. Days of incremental change are over. Can do justice to the nation when I forget myself.”
Modi arrived in British capital to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
Queen Elizabeth II, 91, s the Head of the Commonwealth. Modi met her at the Buckingham Palace and discussed issues of mutual interests.
He later visited Science Museum and interacted with Indian-origin scientists and innovators.
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