Lok Sabha Election / Indian Americans said- PM Modi is a global leader, the image of India and Indians is changing

Zoom News : May 16, 2024, 04:30 PM
Lok Sabha Election: A distinguished leader of the Indian-American community has praised the charismatic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The American leader said that PM Modi has changed India's image abroad during his last 10 years in office and has emerged as a true global leader. Philadelphia-based Indian-American cardiologist Dr. Bindukumar Kansupada said on Wednesday, "Modi ji is changing the image of Indians not only in India but in the world. He is now considered a global leader. I believe that Modi is reviving Indian pride, Indian culture, ancient Indian knowledge of Yoga and Ayurveda.

Dr. Kansupada had attended the annual conference 'Desis Decide' of the democratic think tank 'Indian American Impact' and US Vice President Kamala Harris addressed the Indian-Americans present at the event on Wednesday. Dr. Bindukumar is also a member of the Board of Directors of Wheels Global Foundation. He said, "In my view, Modi ji has first taken remarkable steps in the field of education. When I studied in medical college, there were only four medical colleges in Mumbai.

Now more than 700 medical colleges in India

There are now more than 700 medical colleges in India. There is a medical college in every district. As far as I remember, in the year 1970, there were only five Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) in India and now there are about 23 IITs. Kansupada said that he has visited India several times in recent times. “There has been a lot of progress,” the Indian American doctor said. There is tremendous self-confidence among the Indian youth. Pilgrimage sites have also developed in the country. There are more airports now in India than I had ever seen. The happiness index is also improving. People have become more self-reliant and I think people are proud to be Indian.

Dr. Kansupada said he would not be surprised if the younger generation of Indian-Americans may occasionally visit India for business development and community affairs, as the country is now a center of excellence. . He said, “He is a leader of all communities – Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, tribal people. I think he represents all aspects of India and I am confident that he will unite India.