PM Modi gave new name 'Tulsi Bhai' to WHO Chief, PM was happy to hear Tedros Ghebreyesus's Gujarati.

Ahmedabad: PM Narendra Modi has given a new name to World Health Organization (WHO) director Tedros Ghebreyesus, calling him 'Tulsi Bhai'. This is a Gujarati name. Earlier, during the launch of the WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar, Gujarat, the WHO Chief started the address in Gujarati language. First of all he greeted with folded hands. After this asked people in Gujarati 'Kem chho'? After this, when the public responded to this, they also said "Maja Ma".

At the same time, PM Modi said at the Global AYUSH Investment and Innovation Conference in Gandhinagar that, in the year 2014, the AYUSH sector was worth three billion US dollars, which has increased to 18 billion US dollars today. He also said that India will soon introduce an AYUSH visa category for people coming to the country for traditional healing practices. He further said that India will soon introduce the AYUSH mark, which will give authenticity to the quality AYUSH products of the country.

Let us inform that on Tuesday, PM Modi in Jamnagar, Gujarat and Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of WHO, laid the foundation stone of WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar, Gujarat. During this, the WHO Chief won everyone's heart with his Gujarati. Hearing the Gujarati language from his mouth, PM Modi also started smiling and clapping.

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