Did PM Modi’s visit to America lead to global expansion of Indian culture, know survey data

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ABP C Voter Survey: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US President Joe Biden and CEOs of several companies during his visit to America. PM Modi also addressed the Indian community during this period. After this, PM Modi has reached Egypt on Saturday (June 24). Meanwhile, C-Voter has conducted a survey for ABP News.

The survey asked whether PM Modi has expanded Indian culture and heritage globally? On this, 71 percent people answered yes, while 24 percent people said no. In the survey, 5 percent people said that they cannot say anything on this.

What did PM Modi tell Indians?
Concluding his first official visit to the US, PM Modi said that a new, glorious journey of Indo-US relations has begun and the world is witnessing the two great democracies strengthening their ties.

Addressing members of the Indian community at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, he said that the full potential of the India-US partnership is yet to be realized and that the relationship between the two countries will make the world better again in the 21st century. are focused on.

referred to the agreement
Referring to agreements on technology transfer, promoting manufacturing and strengthening industrial supply chains, PM Modi said that the two countries have seen convergence in their approach on global issues and their growing relationship is “Make in India and Make for the world”. Will promote efforts related to “World”.

He said that the Indian-American community will play a big role in realizing the true potential of the relationship between the two countries and this is the right time to invest more and more in India. Please tell that in the survey, more than 8 thousand people have been talked to in three days. The margin of error in the survey is plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent.

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