New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi reached Tokyo, the capital of Japan today (May 23, 2022) to attend the Quad Summit 2022. There at the airport, Indian people greeted PM Modi with warmth and expressed their happiness by raising slogans like 'Har-Har Modi, Ghar-Ghar Modi'. This welcome was so overwhelming that PM Modi also thanked the Indians for reaching Japan first.
#WATCH | Japan: Indian diaspora in Tokyo calls PM Modi "Bharat Ma Ka Sher" as they hail him with chants and placards.— ANI (@ANI) May 23, 2022
PM Modi will be participating in Quad Leaders’ Summit as part of his 2-day tour starting today, May 23. pic.twitter.com/aIQ8gyE62V
In the video that emerged from the airport, it can be seen how a crowd of Indians, holding the tricolor in their hands, are welcoming him to Japan with folded hands in front of PM Modi. Everyone was seen shouting slogans of 'Har Har Modi, Ghar-Ghar Modi, Bharat Maa Ka Sher'. A poster was also seen in the hands of some people to welcome PM Modi, on which it was written – 'Those who have erased 370 have come to Tokyo.' The most important thing was seen that the crowd gathered at the airport to welcome PM Modi. was wearing a traditional dress. Many people had even applied saffron color and tika on their forehead. Meanwhile, Japanese children also met PM Modi, who told the media that the Prime Minister gave them both blessings and autographs.
Japan’s Indian community has made pioneering contributions in different fields. They have also remained connected with their roots in India. I thank the Indian diaspora in Japan for the warm welcome. pic.twitter.com/cfMCzM4XVf— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 23, 2022
According to media reports, Indians living in Japan said, 'We are very happy that PM Modi has come here. His energy is transferable. He has always made us proud everywhere. Let us inform that on the invitation of Japan's PM Fumio Kishida, PM Modi has reached Tokyo, the capital of Japan. He is there to attend the Quad Summit.