Donald Trump: Indians are lucky to have leader like Narendra Modi

BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won a historic victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. After this, the leaders of the other countries and the whole world started congratulating PM Modi. US President Donald Trump also congratulated Narendra Modi for his victory. He said that Indians are fortunate to have leader like Narendra Modi.

Donald Trump tweeted two times for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. First tweet came on 23rd may just after the election result and 2nd tweet came on 24th may when Donald Trump talked with Pm Modi.

In this 2nd tweet, Donald Trump tweeted on Narendra Modi’s victory and congratulated him. Trump tweeted, “Just spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi where I congratulated him on his big political victory. He is a great man and leader for the people of India – they are lucky to have him! “

Eariler on 23rd may, Trump tweeted, “Congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party on their BIG election victory! Great things are in store for the US-India partnership with the return of PM Modi at the helm. I look forward to continuing our important work together! “

Pm Modi replied the Donald Trump tweet and tweeted, “This victory represents the aspirations of a nation of 1.3 billion people. I too am looking forward to working closely with you for closer bilateral ties, which also augur well for global peace and prosperity. “

Apart from this, another leader from America and Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump also congratulated Prime Minister Modi for his victory. Ivanka tweeted, “Congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a glorious victory. It will be exciting time for the wonderful people of India. Exciting times ahead for the wonderful people of India! “

PM Modi also thanked the Ivanka Trump. He wrote, ‘Thank you, Ivanka Trump. It is priceless to find good wishes from a true friend of India like you. ”

US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to meet at G-20 Summit in Japan next month as both the leaders pledged to further strengthen the US-India strategic partnership and build on the achievements of the last two years.

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