The PM of Papua New Guinea touched the feet of Prime Minister Modi! Sanjay Raut made fun of it
The PM of Papua New Guinea touched the feet of Prime Minister Modi! Sanjay Raut made fun of it

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently on a 6-day foreign tour, from where news related to it is coming to the fore. During the G-7 meeting held in Hiroshima, Japan, the President of America, the most powerful country in the world, Joe Biden asked PM Modi for an autograph and said that you are very popular in our country, many of my relatives and Hollywood actors came to meet you. At the same time, Prime Minister of Australia Antony Albanese also praised PM Modi and said that the stadium is getting small for your (PM Modi's) program in Sydney, there is a lot of craze among the people there. 

PM Modi, who arrived in Papua New Guinea on Sunday (May 21) from Japan, received a warm welcome at the airport, in fact, he was welcomed by PM James Marape by touching his feet. Meanwhile, on behalf of Fiji's Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka, in view of PM Modi's international leadership, he has been awarded Fiji's highest honor 'Companion of the Order of Fiji'. The Prime Minister of India getting this kind of honor on foreign land is also an honor for the country, so Indians are feeling proud of it, while the opposition leaders are probably not liking it and they are making fun of it. In this sequence, senior Shiv Sena (UBT) leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut mocked the Papua New Guinea PM for touching the Prime Minister's feet, saying that he (the Papua New Guinea PM) must have felt that a magician from India has come.

Raut further said that the country of Papua New Guinea believes a lot in black magic and it goes on a lot there. That's why they must have felt that some great magician has come from India, who will teach them magic. Raut said that the BJP should know the history of Papua New Guinea. The population of that country is 80 lakhs and 850 languages ​​are spoken there. There are many islands which are not connected to each other. The people of that country believe in black magic and therefore they must have felt that Modi ji should be respected.

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