The Congress on Friday alleged that at the G-7 summit Prime Minister Narendra Modi Talks are being exaggerated about the involvement of the BJP so that fake discussions can be created. Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh also claimed that the purpose of erasing the continuity of governance and the contribution of previous governments is fulfilled by making wah-wah.
The hype factory around the self-styled Vishwaguru attending the G7 Summit in Hiroshima in Japan has started manufacturing fake narratives.Here’s the reality:Summits of developed countries started way back in 1976. India was invited along with few other countries for the first…
— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) May 19, 2023
Dr. Manmohan Singh regularly attended such G7+ summits – Congress
Jairam Ramesh tweeted, ‘The propaganda factory has started manufacturing fake narratives around the self-styled godman who attended the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan. The fact is that the summits of developed countries started way back in 1976. India was invited for the first time in 2003 along with some other countries. Dr. Manmohan Singh regularly attended such G7+ summits. Therefore, this fanfare not only serves the purpose of self-glorification of ‘The Great Leader’, but also serves the purpose of eradicating the continuity of governance and the contribution of previous governments.
PM Modi left for a six-day visit where he will attend some multilateral summits including G-7, Quad group.
It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Modi left for a six-day visit to Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia on Friday where he will participate in some multilateral summits including G-7, Quad group. The prime minister is expected to attend over 40 events during the visit in which he will interact with over two dozen world leaders in summits. These include bilateral meetings as well.
PM Modi’s statement before leaving for a six-day three-nation tour
In a statement before leaving for the six-day three-nation visit, Prime Minister Modi said he looks forward to exchanging views with G-7 countries and other invited partners on the challenges facing the world and the need to collectively address them. looking forward to
PM Modi leaves for Japan to participate in G-7, will also visit Papua New Guinea and Australia is being glorified regarding G7 Congress
For latest updates and news follow BLiTZ on Google News, YouTube, Facebook, and also on Twitter.