India no longer thinks small: Prime Minister Modi in Berlin
India today is the country you [Indian diaspora] leave all the years before. But today, the government delivers the results… India doesn’t think small anymore, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi while interacting with the Indian community at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin on Monday.
Prime Minister Modi started his speech by saying that he is in the German capital so as not to talk about himself nor the Modi government.
“I want to talk to you about the capabilities of the Indians and sing their praises. When I talk about the Indians, that includes not only the people who live there but also the people who live here,” he said.
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The Prime Minister said his words included all children of Maa Bharati living in every corner of the world.
Prime Minister Modi said: “The people of India have ended the climate of political instability of the past three decades with the push of a button. After 30 years, a majority government was elected in 2014 and the people were. India made the government stronger in 2019”.
“This year we celebrate 75 years of independence. I am the first Prime Minister born in independent India. The pinnacle that India will reach at the time of the 100th anniversary of independence, India is taking a strong step forward. step by step and move quickly towards that goal,” he added.
The Prime Minister said that through reforms, his government is transforming the country.
This address to the Indian community was given shortly after the Sixth India-Germany Intergovernmental Consultation co-chaired by Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Scholz.
The Prime Minister said the consultations between the Governments were fruitful.
Prime Minister Modi also had a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Scholz. This is their first engagement since Chancellor Scholz took office in December 2021.
The discussions covered the main areas of bilateral cooperation within the framework of an overall strategic partnership, as well as regional and global development.
Prime Minister Modi highlighted the reforms implemented by his government; calling on German businesses to invest in young Indians.
(With ANI input)