Modi to WSJ: I am the first PM to be born in free India

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Narendra Modi interview to WSJ
Narendra Modi interview to WSJ
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Narendra Modi interview to WSJ
Narendra Modi interview to WSJ

Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for the US today morning on a State Visit at the invitation of President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden. This is the first official state visit of Narendra Modi and the visit gained more prominence as it can strengthen a new bond between the two nations in regards to business and economics. In his interview with Wall Street Journal, Narendra Modi made some interesting comments.

“There is an unprecedented trust between the leaders of the US and India. India deserves a much higher, deeper, and wider profile and role. I am the first Prime Minister to be born in free India and that’s why my thought process is inspired and influenced by my country’s attributes and traditions. Ties between New Delhi and Washington are stronger and deeper than ever,” he said.

Narendra Modi also said in the interview that his nation’s top most priority is Peace. He continued by saying, “I present my country to the world as my country is, and myself, as I am.”