Pakistan also became a fan of PM Modi, said this big thing in praise

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi's popularity is constantly increasing not only in the country but also abroad. Now even the people of Pakistan, who are hostile to the neighbouring country and India, have started becoming fans of Narendra Modi. Narendra Modi's speech from the Red Fort on August 15 is being praised there too. Former Pakistani diplomat and Former Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit is seen praising Prime Minister Modi's speech in a video.

Abdul Basit praised Narendra Modi's speech and said that Modi is a very good orator and his speeches are always lively. He attracts people towards him with an impact on his speeches. In this speech, he also said new things for the people of the country as usual and said that in the next 25 years, India has to be made a developed country from a developing country. He also talked about corruption and women's empowerment. That is how a leader should give a speech that he gave.

However, Abdul Basit also disagreed with some of the things of Prime Minister Modi. He said "Narendra Modi has asked his people to have the mindset of slavery and freedom from symbols. I do not understand whether he is considering only the British period as slavery or is also including the Mughal Raj in it, because during the tenure of Narendra Modi, the names of many such places have been changed which were associated with the Mughal period.'' Let me tell you that the former Prime Minister of Pakistan has also praised the policies of India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi several times in the last few months. He had also shown a video of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar praising India in a recent rally and said that it is called freedom.

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