PM Modi In Sydney: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Australia, was welcomed with Vedic chants at the Kudos Bank Arena in Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney. A large number of Indian expatriates living in Australia participated in this event. After the welcome, PM Modi addressed his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese. Also in the program, Australian PM Albanese said that ‘PM Modi is the Boss…’.
Sydney’s largest stadium echoed with applause
According to a report in news agency ANI, after the traditional welcome, PM Modi and Albanese greeted each other with a hug. During this, Sydney’s largest stadium resonated with thunderous applause. As per Indian traditions, PM Modi was welcomed. During this the priests present chanted the mantras.
PM Modi’s visit to Australia after nine years
Talking about the program, cultural events were also held at Kudos Bank Arena. Cultural presentations like Bharatnatyam, Garba were given by various artistes. Members of the overseas Indian community looked very excited. It has been told that PM Modi is visiting Australia for the first time in nine years. He last visited here in 2014.
No one is welcomed like PM Modi
During the event in Sydney, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ‘The Boss’. Albanese said that was the last time I saw Bruce Springsteen on this stage. He too did not get the kind of welcome that Prime Minister Modi got. The Australian PM recalled his visit to India earlier this year and how he had packed his bags in India in 1991 and said, “If you want to understand India, travel by train and bus.
Modi’s reception is a big deal for Australia
Albanese said that when I was in India in March, it was a trip full of unforgettable moments. Celebrating Holi in Gujarat, paying floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi. Wherever I went, I felt a deep connection between the people of Australia and India. He again reiterated the same point that if you want to understand India, travel by train and bus. He said that it is a matter of great pleasure for him to welcome PM Modi in Australia.
Best for me to stand on stage with Modi
Today I am celebrating my first year as Prime Minister. I have met my friend PM six times but nothing is better than standing on stage with him like this. It is a pleasure to welcome PM Modi here. But I must say that the warmth and energy that is here tonight is second to none.
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