Tokyo, July 24 (): Narendra Modi on his visit to Japan met Japan’s top political leaders and addressed the JETRO Investment Seminar in Tokyo on day 1 for fresh and positive developments.
Narendra Modi thanked the government of Japan and JETRO for the fresh optimistic growth that has taken place after his last visit in 2007. ‘India and Japan have been associated in cultural as well as past relationship to which Lord Buddha had been a bridge between us,’ said Modi.
While speaking in English, Modi replied on various issues ranging from Gujarat’s expansion to inter-faith harmony, political situation in India as well as the connection between Gujarat-Japan.
He expressed that the greeting that he and his delegation have received from Japan as a matter of great pride since such sort of invitations are usually received by chiefs of the countries, but by pleasing the Gujarat delegation they have created a historic exception.
The Gujarat chief minister admitted that both India and Japan share various things in common and if things moves smoothly then there is no doubt it will strengthen both democratic and human values.
While speaking on the Gujarat model of development, Modi portrayed Gujarat as a lively, technologically urbanized state that has evenly outshined in different sectors of economy.
The chief minister added by saying that people from India have already accepted Gujarat’s growth and now it is a great honour that developing nations are considering Gujarat as a model to imitate. Narendra Modi also described Gujarat as a policy ambitious state that does not favour running on whims and imagination of individuals.
Narendra Modi expressed concerns regarding the political stability in Gujarat that has led to consistency in policy and has provided self-assurance among the various sections of society. He also measured Gujarat’s achievement in the PPP model as a major success that has created a sense of ownership and sensitivity in the mind of every citizen.