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Australian politicians jealous of PM Modi: Aussie chief of Opposition

Sydney [Australia], May 26 (ANI): Australian chief of the Opposition Peter Dutton stated on Thursday that the politicians of Australia are jealous of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He stated that they’re jealous as a result of none of them is ready to collect 20,000 individuals and make them chant their surnames.

While addressing the Parliament, LoP Dutton stated that a rare occasion occurred on Wednesday.

“There were lots of people in attendance from both sides of politics, but I said to the Prime Minister this morning that every politician there last night was jealous of the fact that he was able to get 20,000 people chanting his surname in unison on the other side of the world, mainly at Labour Party functions,” he stated whereas talking on the Parliament.

“I thought it was an extraordinary event and I really acknowledge the work of the Indian community in hosting Prime Minister Modi,” he added.

He stated that he joined with the (Australian) Prime Minister in thanking Prime Minister Modi and his delegation for visiting Australia for paying honour to the connection.

Speaking on the connection with India, he stated that it was “quite extraordinary and productive” when his authorities was in energy.

He additionally acknowledged the work of former Prime Minister Morrison and plenty of on the entrance bench, together with Dan Teen, who was intimately concerned in commerce negotiations and created the alternatives which, to governance credit score, they’ve continued in relation to plenty of these bulletins.

“I’d been meeting with Prime Minister Modi in Sydney this morning (Thursday). It was a very cordial and engaging discussion and the wide-ranging topics that we traversed gave an indication of the bipartisan support in the relationship,” he added.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a key deal with to the Indian diaspora at a group occasion throughout his Sydney go to, highlighting “Mutual Trust and Mutual Respect” are the inspiration of the shut historic ties between India and Australia.

Noting that bilateral ties between India and Australia have been earlier seen to be outlined by 3Cs- Commonwealth, Cricket and Curry- after which by ‘Democracy, Diaspora and Dosti’ and later ‘Energy, Economy and Education’ emerged as a key element, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that he believes the connection is “beyond this” and “it is mutual trust and mutual respect”.

Addressing a group occasion in Sydney on the second day of his go to to Australia, PM Modi credited the Indian diaspora in Australia as being a power behind mutual respect and belief between the 2 international locations.

PM Modi additionally held conferences with enterprise leaders of prime Australian corporations in Sydney on Tuesday, During the conferences, he referred to as for enhancing cooperation with the Indian business in areas resembling know-how, skilling, and clear vitality.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday emplaned for India from Australia on the conclusion of his three-nation tour throughout which he additionally visited Japan and Papua New Guinea.

“A successful three nation tour concludes! PM @narendramodi emplanes for Delhi following a three nation visit to Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia, fostering stronger linkages with partner countries,” Ministry of External Affairs official spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated in a tweet.

PM Modi visited Australia within the final leg of his three-nation go to. He held a gathering along with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese on Wednesday.

PM Modi used “cricket diplomacy” to elucidate the deepening ties between India and Australia, and stated, “Our ties have entered the T20 mode!””I am visiting Australia within two months of the visit of my friend Prime Minister Albanese to India. This is our sixth meeting in the last one year. This reflects the depth of our comprehensive relations, convergence in our views and maturity of our ties. In the language of cricket, our ties have entered the T20 mode,” PM Modi stated in a joint press briefing with Anthony Albanese.

“I invite PM Anthony Albanese and all Australian cricket fans to India for the Cricket World Cup this year. At that time, you will also get to see the grand Diwali celebration in India,” he added.

PM Modi stated that he and Albanese mentioned the problem of assaults on temples in Australia.”PM Anthony Albanese and I have in the past discussed the issue of attack on temples in Australia and activities of separatist elements. We discussed the matter today also. We will not accept any elements that harm the friendly and warm ties between the India-Australia relationship by their action or thoughts. PM Albanese assured me once again today that he will take strict actions against such elements in the future also,” PM Modi stated.

In his remarks, Anthony Albanese stated Australia is a greater place due to the contributions of the Indian-Australian group.

“In my first year as Prime Minister, I met PM Modi six times, which underscores the value we place on deepening ties between our nations. Australia is a better place because of the contributions of the Indian-Australian community, and we want to see more connections between our countries” he stated.

PM Modi had on Tuesday addressed a group occasion in Sydney. (ANI)