As Prime Minister Modi turns 72, he has built a powerful and impressive reputation on a global scale.
In addition to improving India’s standing internationally since he became prime minister, Narendra Modi has had a profound influence on foreign leaders, who have repeatedly expressed their admiration for him.
Modi has also established himself as a well-liked world leader. PM Modi received the highest global rating among other leaders in a recent survey by the Morning Consult Political Intelligence, which tracks the approval ratings of government leaders, with a rating of 75%.
Other world leaders, including US President Joe Biden, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, came after PM.
As the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, he has traveled to many nations and interacted with world leaders. Here are five instances when world leaders lauded PM Modi and his leadership on his 72nd birthday:
Donald Trump’s visit to India in 2020 will live long in the memory. Trump called PM Modi a “tremendously successful leader” while attending the massive “Namaste Trump” event in India. Then-US President Obama commended Modi for his part in elevating India.
“Prime Minister Modi underscores the limitless promises of this great nation. He is the tremendously successful leader of this vast Indian Republic,” Trump said.
In 2021, after a casual meeting with Prime Minister Modi, former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett invited him to join his party. The two presidents met in Glasgow for the COP26 climate summit.
Bennett can be heard saying, “You are the most popular man in Israel,” in the video, which went viral on social media. Come on over to my party.” PM Modi burst out laughing when he heard this.
While speaking to the Indian diaspora in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron praised PM Modi for forming a strong government in India. He invoked Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Acche Din Zaroor Aayenge’ promise.
On the sidelines of signing the India-Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, admiring PM Modi’s favorite dish, khichdi, cooked several dishes from Gujarat.
“To celebrate our new trade agreement with India, the curries I chose to cook for curry night tonight are all from my dear friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Gujarat province, including his favorite khichdi,” Morrison wrote in the caption.
On the fringes of the 13th annual India-Japan summit, PM Modi and Shinzo Abe met in Yamanashi in 2018. PM Modi was referred to as one of the late Japanese premier’s “most dependable and valuable friends.”
Additionally, Shinzo Abe’s vacation residence in Japan was first visited by PM Modi as a foreign leader.
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan wishes Prime Minister Narendra Modi a happy 72nd birthday and advises him to take the day off to relax.
Shah Rukh Khan joined the nation in wishing Prime Minister Narendra Modi a happy 72nd birthday. The actor took to Twitter to wish his fans a happy birthday. SRK thanked the Prime Minister for his commitment to the welfare of the country and wished him good health to achieve his objectives.
“Your dedication for the welfare of our country and its people is highly appreciated. May you have the strength and health to achieve all your goals. Take a day off and enjoy your Birthday, sir. Happy Birthday @narendramodi,” Shah Rukh tweeted.