Highlights: PM Modi’s address after a grand welcome at the famous Audi Dome stadium in Munich


Munich, Germany): PM Modi in Munich, Germany ahead of G-7 summit (PM Modi in Germany) Had a grand welcome. PM Modi’s special plane reached Munich on Sunday morning, where a Bavarian band from Germany greeted PM Modi by performing. When PM Modi’s convoy came out of the airport, the NRIs welcomed him from place to place and raised slogans of Bharat Mata ki Jai.

Government sources noted that the Bavarian band welcomed Prime Minister Modi at the Munich airport and that the province had earlier made such arrangements for then US President Barack Obama in 2015.

Many children arrived with their parents at the hotel where PM Modi stayed. During this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked to these children and gave them autographs.

7 thousand people gathered in the stadium to listen to PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the Audi Dome Stadium in Munich on Sunday evening to address the Indian community. Before the PM’s address, a colorful presentation was given in the stadium and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted.

There was tremendous enthusiasm among the people to hear the PM’s address. About 8 thousand people registered to participate in this program, but only 7 thousand people were allowed to sit inside the stadium.

Democracy is the pride of India- PM Modi

While addressing the overseas Indians, PM Modi said that wherever we Indians live, we are proud of our democracy. He said that 47 years ago, an attempt was made to take democracy hostage and crush it. Emergency is a black spot on India’s vibrant democracy. PM Modi addressed the people for more than 30 minutes.

Today’s India has come out of the mentality of ‘It happens, runs like this’: PM Modi

During this, he said that every Indian can proudly say that India is the mother of democracy. The diversity of culture, food, clothing, music and traditions makes our democracy alive.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also counted the achievements of the government during his speech and said that India will not lag behind in the fourth industrial revolution. He said that now every village in India is open defecation free and 99 percent villages have clean cooking fuel and electricity.

Digital transactions increase in India

PM Modi said, “India is making its presence felt in IT, digital technology. India accounts for 40 percent of digital transactions in the world. India is setting new records in data consumption. India is among the countries where data is cheapest.

He said that the speed at which people are adopting technology in the new India of the 21st century is thrilling. He said, “India is eager for progress and development, India is desperate to fulfill its dreams.”

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