On seeing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went on a two-day visit to Tokyo, people of Indian origin jumped with joy and waved the country’s flag. Along with this, people also had a poster in their hands, in which it was written that those who have erased 370 have come to Tokyo.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accorded a warm welcome by the Indian diaspora at Hotel New Otani on Monday and raised slogans of ‘Har Har Modi’, ‘Modi Modi’, ‘Vande Mataram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’. On seeing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went on a two-day visit to Tokyo, people of Indian origin jumped with joy and waved the country’s flag. Along with this, people also had posters in their hands, in which it was written that those who have erased 370 have come to Tokyo.
#WATCH , Japan: Indian diaspora in Tokyo calls PM Modi “Bharat Ma Ka Sher” as they hail him with chants and placards.
PM Modi will be participating in Quad Leaders’ Summit as part of his 2-day tour starting today, May 23. pic.twitter.com/aIQ8gyE62V
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Apart from this, many children were also present in the hotel along with their parents to welcome the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister interacted with one of the children present there and also gave him an autograph.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Japan on Sunday evening on a two-day visit. Where he will attend a summit of Quad leaders on May 24, which focuses on further strengthening cooperation among the member states of the influential grouping, and to discuss developments related to the Indo-Pacific region. The Prime Minister will hold separate meetings on Monday with several prominent corporate leaders, including NEC Corporation Chairman Nobuhiro Ando, Uniqlo President Tadashi Yanai, Suzuki Motor Corporation Advisor Osamu Suzuki and SoftBank Group Corporation Board Director Masayoshi Son.
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Apart from PM Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will attend the summit in Tokyo on May 24.
President Biden’s launch of the IPEF is expected to signal that the US is focused on pursuing a stronger economic policy to counter China’s aggressive strategy on trade in the Indo-Pacific. During his visit, the Prime Minister will also hold a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden on Tuesday. (with language input)
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