PM MODI Receives a warm welcome in Indonesia from the Indian Diaspora

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Jakarta: The Indian community gave Prime Minister Narendra Modi a warm welcome when he arrived in Jakarta early on Thursday.

PM Modi arrived to chants of “Vande Mataram” and “Modi Modi” from the Indian diaspora members who had assembled at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Jakarta to welcome him.

The Indian diaspora showed its support by shouting “Humara Neta Kaisa Ho, Narendra Modiji Jaisa Ho,” “Modi Modi,” and “Vande Mataram,” as well as waving the Tricolour and asking, “What type of leader should we have? slogans like “Har Har Modi, Har Ghar Modi” and “Everyone should be like Modiji.”

There were a lot of kids in the diaspora as well.

It was possible to watch Prime Minister Modi mingling with Indian community members, including children. Additionally, he took selfies with them.

One of the Indian Diaspora remarked, “He (PM Modi) is such a big leader but he is so down to earth, he shook hands with all of us and gave time to each of us.”

Others claimed that it is “all because of PM Modi” that India is receiving international prominence.

Notably, PM Modi travelled to Indonesia to take part in the 20th ASEAN-India Summit and the 18th East Asia Summit.

At Jakarta International Airport, PM Modi received a formal greeting. I. Gusti Ayu Bintang Darmawati, the Minister for Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, welcomed him.

There was also a cultural dance from Indonesia performed.

Prior to departing for Indonesia on Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi made a statement in which he expressed his desire to discuss concrete ways to work together to address the world’s problems with other leaders.

He also referred to India’s “Act East Policy” and its interaction with the ASEAN bloc as key pillars. The Indonesian President, Joko Widodo, invited the Prime Minister to visit Jakarta.

The 20th ASEAN-India Summit will be my first involvement. I’m looking forward to addressing the future directions of our alliance, which is entering its fourth decade, with ASEAN leaders. The ‘Act East’ strategy of India is based in large part on engagement with ASEAN. Our relationships have gained new vigour as a result of the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, the prime minister stated.

“I’ll be attending the 18th East Asia Summit after that. Discussions about important regional topics like environment, health, digital transformation, and food and energy security can be had at this forum. I’m interested in discussing realistic collaboration strategies with other EAS Leaders so that we can all work together to overcome these global concerns, he continued.

In advance of the September 9–10 G20 Summit, PM Modi will return to New Delhi on Thursday night.

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