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London: The Royal Gallery inside the British Parliament where PM Modi will be speaking soon.
The relationship between India and Britain was imprisoned by the past. And in the last few years, the relationship between the two countries has been imprisoned by misconceptions: Britain PM David Cameron
PM Modi asked to comment on the protests opposing his visit to the UK, questioning his ‘reputation’ as the chief minister of Gujarat, and the UK Visa ban.
To set the record straight, I had visited UK in 2003 and was welcomed. Even then, I had participated in many events. UK has never stopped me from coming – this a wrong perception please correct it.
PM Modi faces question on ‘intolerance in India’ after the joint press conference.
India is the land of Mahatma Buddha, India is the land of Gandhi. India does not accept actions against the social norms and culture. India does not take any incident lightly. The law takes action. India protects the rights of every citizen and his/her freedom of thoughts. India is a vibrant democracy.
Question from BBC to David Cameron: You have visited India three times since you have been in power. Why has it taken so long to get a return visit.
David Cameron: I have been wanting to see strengthening of relationship over the last 10 years. India has been a huge investor in India. Britain is a bigger investor than US in India.
We expect the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris will yield decisive results: PM Modi
India is focusing on defence modernisation with a thrust on Make in India: PM Modi
I consider our defence ties with the UK very important.
As world’s oldest and largest democracies, we are not realizing the true potential of this relationship. That is what PM Modi and I want to change.