India has seen economists serve as prime ministers, but only Narendra Modi was able to bring the country’s underprivileged citizens into the formal economy. Under Modi’s leadership, India has undergone a historic transformation as he tries to improve the life of the average person, according to Union minister Meenakshi Lekhi.
The Vishwa Sadbhavana, the most recent in a series of similar events organised by the NID Foundation and continuing where the last one left off in Chicago in June, was hosted for the first time in Australia.
Entrepreneurs, lawmakers and senators from Australia, corporate executives, educators, and spiritual leaders were among the prominent figures in attendance from both that country and the Indian diaspora.
The number of Indians living in Australia has increased, but also, according to Manpreet Vohra, high commissioner of India to Australia, the peer relationship between the two populations has grown stronger than before.
India has been undergoing a historic change under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has tried to touch the life of common man through various policies and schemes launched during the last 8 years in office,” the minister of state for external affairs and culture said.
The two books that were released, according to Julian Hill, a member of the Australian Parliament, are noteworthy because they not only spotlight and celebrate Modi’s life but also India and all of its citizens.