Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) is on a tour of Italy. He is scheduled to speak at the G20 Summit to be held today. Arriving in Italy at around 9.40 am yesterday, he first visited Piazza Gandhi in Rome, where he paid homage to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Participated in interactions with Indian origin.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted by Indians chanting Shiv Tandava. On the other hand, people of Indian descent, who paid homage to Gandhi, said to Modi in Gujarati: ‘Narendra bhai kem cho?’ That is. How are you? That means. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in response, replied in Gujarati, Maja macho (I am fine) and laughed. The video is now viral.
First, the young woman joined hands and started to sing the Shiv Tandava, she was singing hymns before Modi.
You can see in the video that they also have the flag of India in their hands. The Prime Minister’s hands will stop as he tells them. In the end, they sound to a young woman called Om Namah Shivaya. Later, a woman questions Kame Cho. The Prime Minister then replies “Maja Maa”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at the G20 summit today on other global issues including sustainable development and climate change. Prime Minister Modi will visit the Vatican City after addressing the G20 summit. Pope Francis and Foreign Secretary Cardinal Pietro Parolin will meet. Speaking on the eve of his trip to Italy, he said the G20 summit is a platform for us to discuss the current global situation. Similarly, we will discuss how the G20 can be the engine for economic empowerment, epidemic-related chaos, and resilience development.