PM Modi astonished to hear Japanese child's 'Hindi'

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, to participate in the Quad Summit. PM Modi was given a warm welcome by Indian expatriates as well as Japanese nationals at a hotel after arriving in Tokyo. During this time, PM Modi spoke to a Japanese child in Hindi. What was most special during the interaction with all these people was pm Modi's Hindi interaction with the children there.  

 

The video of PM Modi's interaction with children is going viral on social media. One of the Japanese children also spoke to PM Modi in Hindi. Impressed with the child's Hindi, PM Modi asked him, "Wow! Where did you learn Hindi? How do you speak such good Hindi? Earlier today, PM Modi, who arrived in Tokyo, the capital of Japan on May 23, was greeted with warm greetings by the Indians present at the airport and also expressed his happiness by shouting slogans like 'Har-Har Modi, Ghar-Ghar Modi'.'' The reception was so overwhelming that EVEN PM Modi was the first to thank the Indians on his arrival in Japan.

In the video that has surfaced from the airport, it can be seen how the Indian group is welcoming him to Japan by holding the tricolour in his hand and folding their hands in front of PM Modi. All the people were seen shouting slogans of 'Har-Har Modi, Ghar-Ghar Modi, Bharat Maa Ka Sher'. Some people also saw posters in their hands to welcome PM Modi, which read: "Those who has removed 370 have come to Tokyo.'’

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