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The New York Times praised Prime Minister Modi and explained why he was the most popular



New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently on a three-day state visit to America. From New York, he traveled to Washington DC, the capital of America. The Prime Minister was welcomed as a guest of state at the White House. Meanwhile, the famous American newspaper New York Times declared Narendra Modi as the most popular leader in the world. In this article written for the Prime Minister of India, his personality was highly praised. He has been told that he understands people’s thoughts. This is the reason why it is so popular in India.

Today US President Joe Biden will host a grand dinner to welcome Prime Minister Modi. Mujeeb Mashal wrote this article on Narendra Modi in The New York Times. In which it was said that Narendra Modi has 89.5 million followers on the social media platform Twitter. He is one of the most popular leaders in the world. While reciting ballads for the Indian Prime Minister, he also explained why Modi is such a popular leader. Mujeeb wrote that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Mann Ki Baat” radio show is very popular.

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Modi resides in the heart of the people through Mann Ki Baat
The “Mann Ki Baat” program directly affects a very large population. Indians are also able to directly connect with PM through this medium. Mujeeb said Modi’s Mann Ki Baat program is airing after being translated into multiple languages. By doing so, they carry their message even in parts of India where the America language is not spoken. This thing connects them with local, national and global people. It has been said that during this show, the Prime Minister of India mentions every small or big positive event that happens every month in India and around the world. He speaks in such a way that he connects more with people.

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