Things have changed; people now want to return to India: PM Modi
Seoul : PM Narendra Modi, while addressing a gathering in Seoul, South Korea, mentioned that things have changed in last one year of his governance. Indians staying in other land are now excited to return to their own country.
This is how Indians welcomed PM Modi in Seoul
The Indian community is all set to welcome the Prime Minister. pic.twitter.com/PeIq3jaCgP
The Indian community is all set to welcome the Prime Minister. pic.twitter.com/PeIq3jaCgP— PMO India (@PMOIndia) May 18, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in South Korea for his last leg of three-nation trip that included China and Mangolia
Addressing a gathering in Seoul he mentioned Indians are excited to make a return to India
“People used to regret of being born in India, now they see opportunities to excel themselves,” Modi said in his speech
Development is the medical herb he had been putting in India for last one year
He once again raised the issue of sanitation Indian women face in their daily life
Without taking name of prior government, he said India’s global image is changing on a positive note
He had yesterday visited Mongolia and had signed 1 billion dollar deal to help the nation.
Watch Full Speech Here: