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An electrifying experience to hear Modi in Sydney: Indian diaspora

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Sydney: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese addressed a special community event organised by Indians living in Australia it had an electrifying experience for those living and working in Australia. In the jam-packed Qudos Bank Arena where more than 20,000 people came to hear the Prime Minister Narendra Modi amidst the chants of “Modi, Modi”, the speech left a lasting impression on the audience with his impactful words.

The Young Bites Team which is in Sydney and covering the Prime Minister’s visit talked to the members of the Indian Diaspora.
Indian singer, best known for his contributions to the Bhajan genre, Anup Jalota said that he was in Australia for some concerts and attended the event. “World loves Modi ji and even Pakistani’s love him and want a PM like Modi. India needs Modi as permanent Prime Minister. That is the need of the hour”.

Journalist Manish Rai shared his views on G-20 and Kashmir.

An journalist Manish Rai who covers and writes about the Middle East said about the ongoing G-20 meeting in Srinagar, ” I feel hosting the G-20 meeting in Srinagar is not just a programme but a statement that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India. I think a particular country which is supporting the terrorism as a state policy has got a strong message since Modi became Prime Minister of India.

Tasleem Bakri: Prime Minister Narendra Modi can change the destiny of India. I have been living in Australia since 2007 but my heart beats for India. Our spiritual saint often says, ‘Hamara Watan Hamara Iman hai’. Our family lives in India. During my visit I felt that the nation has changed a lot and there is development in every sphere. Education sector has changed particularly”.

Zafar Rangoonwala, a proud Indian living in Australia.

Zafar Rangoonwala: I am a proud India and everybody here is so. Everyone is eager to hear Modi ji’s speech. India and Australia relations will get better and both the countries will move on the path of development”.

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