PM Narendra Modi is the only world leader to win so convincingly in a hotly contested, democratic system, which carries a unique equity among the global elite. In comparison, Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe, Joko Widodo UK’s Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Recep Erdogan and Vladimir Putin are not nearly as secure.
In his first address to NDA parliamentarians, PM Modi said that the massive mandate he has won is the pro incumbency wave created by the bond of trust built between government and people and between people and people.
He added that the people have decided to vote them back with the responsibility to work for them.
The Prime Minister added that the results were a reflection that if you are honest in your intentions to work for the people, the nation walks with you.
The Prime Minister said that his appeal to MPs is that now no one is an outsider and they have to work as one.
In the coming month, Modi will be at SCO, G20 and G7 summits, where issues of global governance will be at the forefront. In his previous term, PM Modi engaged in the forums with the aim of making India a “leading power” in the world. He wanted the nation to be a part of global solutions. As he wins a new respect globally for his stunning re-election, the world leaders are looking forward to hearing new global ideas to emerge from PM Modi in the coming weeks. Zeba Warsia – NMTV News.