Modi Delivers Strong Speech at “Howdy, Modi!” Rally

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi went to America on Sunday, 23rd September 2019. In America, he went to Houston, Texas. More than 50,000 Indian-American people were present for the “Howdy Modi” event. American leaders who attended the event were shocked to see such a large gathering for the first time. Earlier there were such events, but there were never so many people. However this time, there was a huge crowd. The crowd welcomed Modi with loud cheers and applause. President Trump also came for the event. For the first time Modi and Trump have shared a stage. Many American politicians also attended the event. In front of President Trump and various political leaders, PM Modi strongly said that, Pakistan has been helping terrorists group and terrorists leaders. Now it is time to get ready and strongly fight terrorism. PM Modi also told the crowd to stand for President Trump for his outstanding work in not allowing terrorists to enter the country and he has protected the country as well. He asked everyone to applaud him. PM Modi did not mention Pakistan by name. In the world there are many who can not focus on their problems nor manage themselves but want to interfere in India. Modi asked the crowd, where were the terrorists that conducted the 9/11 attacks in New York, America and the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. Where did they came from? PM Modi also said “Abki Baar, Trump Sarkar” which means Trump will be re-elected as the President. This is similar to the phrase “Abki Baar, Modi Sarkar” which was used during the Indian elections. Modi also said Trump’s leadership is best. Trump loves America and strongly believes in America. He will help the country to progress. Trump and Modi praised each other and promised to work together. So that both India and USA develop. President Trump said that security at the border is important for the USA and knows it is important for India as well. PM Modi will now go to New York to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

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