New Delhi, 23 May 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi won people’s will continuing his second consecutive term to lead the Indian government. PM Modi has strengthened India’s foreign relations over the past five years since he joined the office in 2014. They (Indian) say it is the ‘The Lion’s Return’.
The landslide victory by Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has received mass attention from across the world. Throughout his first term, PM Modi’s attempt to bolster relations with the world has been remarkable initiating policies such as Act East Policy, Neighbourhood First Policy, Indian Ocean Outreach, Cooperation with Pacific Island, Fast-Track Diplomacy and Para Diplomacy. PM focused on the ASEAN, SAARC & IOR nations for maintaining and enhancing foreign support. While his team at the Ministry of External Affairs under the supervision of the EAM Smt. Sushma Swaraj managed in creating prolonged soft power diplomacy.
Under PM Modi’s premiership, India secured a strategic partnership with the USA. After Modi’s gigantic victory in the 2019 election, the US President Donald Trump has a call conversation with PM Modi congratulating him. President Trump called Indians to be lucky on having PM Modi. While the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu called PM Modi to greet him as well as express his gratitude on him winning a majority. Such foreign supports are the reason for PM Modi’s popularity at the global level and ultimately winning the election with enormous vote share.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and the President of China, Xi Jinping were among the primary world pioneers to praise Indian PM Narendra Modi on the 2019 race win. As EC patterns show a decisive victory for the BJP-drove NDA, the Russian President has sent a wire on Telegram congratulating PM Modi and fortifying the estimation of India-Russia respective relations. The Chinese President likewise discharged an announcement, routed to PM Modi, expressing, “On the event of the National Democratic Alliance winning the seventeenth Lok Sabha race of India under your initiative, I might want to broaden my ardent congrats.” It is expected that PM Modi will be meeting the leaders in the month of June on the sidelines of the SCO summit.
Under Article 75 (1) of the Indian Constitution, the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind selected Narendra Modi to the workplace of Prime Minister of India on Saturday. The President likewise sought the recently elected Prime Minister’s recommendation on the arrangement of the Union Council of Ministers. The swearing-in service is planned to be held on May 30. Not only a few, but the Prime Minister received greetings from across the world, have a look.
PM Modi has begun his conquest to build a strong nation with robust foreign support in his second term.
News Desk, Diplomacytoday.in