PM Modi inspired India to dream big, says Indian ambassador to the U.S.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inspired India to dream big and has shown the world that if acted with determination and perseverance, even bigger dreams can be achieved, India’s Ambassador to the United States, Taranjit Singh Sandhu said at an event in Chicago Monday.

The Indian Ambassador was speaking as the chief guest at the ‘Sadhbhavana’ (Goodwill) even organised by NID Foundation. He launched two books, ‘Heartfelt – The Legacy of Faith’ and ‘Modi@20: Realism Meets Livery’ written on PM Modi, highlighting his relations with Sikhs, on the occasion. Taking to twitter, Sandhu said, “Delighted to participate in the Sadhbhavana event in #Chicago. Highlighted India’s vision under PM @narendramodi’s leadership for – India-US partnership, Diaspora in US & #India’s neighbourhood – which I have had the opportunity to be closely associated with.”

The Indian Ambassador, in his speech, said that Prime Minister played a key role in role in building trust between the two countries as he understands the potential of India-US relations.

“America was seen by the Prime Minister as a very close friend and a strong partner, which was instrumental in turning the dreams and development aspirations of nearly 1.4 billion Indians into reality. India and the US conduct more bilateral military exercises with each other today than any other country,” Sandhu said.

Sandhu said PM Modi has become a voice of the developing nations, and has influenced the global decisions in developed countries. “From education and space research to providing COVID-19 vaccines to the whole world; from the COP26 Global Presidential Summit in Glasgow to the World Economic Forum’s Davos Summit, PM Modi has truly guided the world,” he added.

Further, praising the NID Foundation, Sandhu said, “The book ‘Heartfelt – The Legacy of Faith’ by NID Foundation is a wonderful and sincere effort to display the respect and affection of the Prime Minister for Punjab and the Sikh community.”

“American oncologist Dr Bharat Barai’s second book, ‘Modi@20: Realism Meets Livery’, is a compilation of a few chapters written by intellectual and domain experts, which talks about a unique governance model in Gujarat and the unprecedented transformation of the nation in the last 20 years,” he added.