PM Modi In Sydney: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at Kudos Bank Arena Stadium to attend a community event in Sydney. During this, the Prime Minister of Australia Anthony Albanese was present with him. During this, he was warmly welcomed by the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese.
Enthusiasm among people regarding PM Modi’s program
Members of the Indian community expressed enthusiasm for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s community event. Indian Divya, who is in Sydney, said, “We are very excited. We have waited for this moment for many months with lots of preparations and eagerness. We are very happy that the moment has come and we are all here at this moment.
#WATCH Australia: Members of the Indian community express their excitement for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s community event, which will be held soon at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.
Divya said, “We are very excited. We have prepared for this moment for many months with lots of preparation and… pic.twitter.com/0TuHamkT4k– Advertisement –
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At the same time, Indian Khurashi, who lives in Sydney, said that I am very excited and I am so excited that what does he (PM Modi) say? We’ve heard them before so we’re hoping it’s the same this time around.
#WATCH | At Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney where PM’s community event will be held shortly, singer Anup Jalota says, “People love PM Modi. Even Pak loves him. People in Pak say they need a leader like him…People in Sydney have one thing in heart – they want him as permanent PM.” pic.twitter.com/3fRYZPE8VJ
— ANI (@ANI) May 23, 2023
Anoop Jalota praised PM Modi, said – people love in Pakistan too
Singer Anoop Jalota, present in Sydney, praised PM Modi fiercely. He said that people all over the world love Modi very much, all the people living in Pakistan say that we need a leader like Modi in Pakistan. Modi has spread this all over the world that love everyone. It is in the hearts of the people of Sydney that they want to make Modi a permanent PM.
Let us inform that PM Modi reached Sydney on Monday on a three-day tour of Australia. Earlier, he had reached Japan to participate in the G7 leaders’ summit. After Japan, PM Modi had reached Papua New Guinea.