PM At 'Howdy Modi': Amit Shah Says 'Historic Day In World Politics'

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Amit Shah took to Twitter and mentioned this day to be 'Historic' and said that 'Howdy Modi' is the testimony of New India's power under PM Modi's leadership

Written By Prachi Mankani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The conclusion of the mega 'Howdy, Modi!' event in Houston marks the beginning of reactions on Twitter. Union Home Minister Amit Shah took to Twitter and mentioned this day to be 'Historic'. The buzz of ‘Howdy, Modi’ has been intense all across India and the USA as Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Houston for the grand event on Sunday and was joined by US President Donald Trump.

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'A testimony of New India's power'

Amit Shah, while heaping praises on PM Modi's address on Sunday in Houston, said that 'Howdy, Modi!' is a testimony of New India's power under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He further thanked PM Modi and stated that it is under his leadership that the entire world today stands firmly with India in its constant fight against terrorism.


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PM Modi indicated Growing Synergy between India and US

The PM has remarked that the atmosphere and the optics at the NRG Stadium were unbelievable. He observed that it is the habit of Texas to organise every single event on a large scale. PM Modi said that the spirit of Texas was being reflected on this occasion. Stressing that the vast audience could not be measured in mere arithmetic, he opined that history was being created. The PM also referred to the fact that there was new chemistry between the two countries.

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