‘Twenty Twenty-Four; Modi Once More!’ The Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have found its next election slogan in Germany on Monday. A theatre at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin resonated with this slogan as Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Indian diaspora.
The Prime Minister's hour-long address to the Indian community was peppered with slogans of ‘Modi, Modi’, ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, ‘Modi hai toh mumkin hai’, and ‘2024, Modi Once More’ by an ecstatic crowd gathered at the Theater Am Postdamer Platz.
Although PM Narendra Modi started his address, saying: “I have not come here to talk about me or the Modi sarkaar,” the people seemed to want more of the PM even as he heaped praises on a ‘New India’.
“I am fortunate that I got the opportunity to meet the children of India in Germany today,” PM Modi said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “A new, resurgent India has made up its mind to move ahead with determination. This India ended the three-decade-long political instability with the push of a button. India has realised the value of each and every vote.” "New India is ready to take risks, innovate, and incubate. India, which had 200-400 startups around 2014, is home to 68,000 startups and dozens of unicorns today some of whom have already become deca-corns with USD 10 billion valuations,” Modi said.