Times Square Glows: Indian-American Minority Community Lauds Modi 3.0 Vision, Governance

New York, July 9 Indian Minorities Foundation (IMF) and The Unity of Faiths Foundation, Bharat (TUFF Bharat) organized a roundtable discussion focusing on inclusive growth and equal opportunities for all communities, especially minorities, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Indian religious leaders at the event celebrated the era of “India under Modi 3.0.” Meanwhile, Indian-American minority communities in Times Square celebrated Modi 3.0 and the rise of India under Prime Minister Modi with chants of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Modi, Modi, Modi.”

Participants at Times Square in New York expressed their enthusiasm and optimism about India’s growth trajectory under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. They expressed their happiness and satisfaction with the performance of the Modi government in India.

Neeta Jain, who participated in the IMF & TUFF Bharat Roundtable Meeting, said, “I am representing the Jain community here in New York. I resonate with PM Modi’s vision and belief in ‘Akhand Bharat’, which means all of India is one country, one nation, and ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, which means the entire world is one family. If every country in the world believes in this, there is no way peace cannot prevail on this earth. Peace can only come by following the path of ahimsa, which is an important heritage of India… PM Modi also embodies the Jain way of life, so I believe his dream will definitely come true.”

Global Security Institute President Jonathan Granoff, who took part in the celebration of Modi 3.0 and India’s rise under Prime Minister Modi, said: “We have just seen a beautiful display of the principle of the oneness of the human family, as exemplified by India. This inspiring inclusivity shows that the planet must be protected…”

Daljit, a resident, who took part in the celebration of Modi 3.0 and the rise of India under PM Modi, said, “Under the leadership of PM Modi, India has become a global power. He has united us all.”

Mohammad said: “Today we are here to celebrate India. We are celebrating the largest democracy in the world, which becomes even more important because we are celebrating in the oldest democracy in the world. I am confident that in the years to come we will become one of the superpowers. I feel privileged to have been born in India and to live in India…”

Nicolas Greenland, director of the Tibet Centre, said: “I love India and have enormous respect for Prime Minister Modi.”

Mahant Shri Maharaj Rajyalakshmi said, “I am PM Modi’s ‘Sashakt Naari’ and I am extremely excited about the vision that PM Modi has for the world. He is the only leader who can prevent a third world war. He is not just negotiating with Ukraine and the US, but also with Russia and every world leader. He is the leader the world needs…”

–IANS

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