The ambitious pace at which Narendra Modi is traveling across the globe has attracted both – praises and criticism. Narendra Modi and his team clarified long back that they will keep the Foreign Policies on their top priority. We have mentioned how his visits to South Asian countries are going to help India. His receptions in Canada, USA, Germany, Japan, Bhutan, Nepal, etc. are creating stories and examples across nations. However, while Modi is traveling, meeting global leaders, building relationships, his haters are having very tough time criticizing and ridiculing him.
We have tried to write captions for his recent international visits from the eyes of Modi Haters:
China: This is a normal street crowd of China. They must be there to do shopping on weekdays.
Australia: Australians are not excited about Modi. They gathered to discuss VVS Laxman with an Indian
Germany: Angela Merkel sips tea every evening. This pic has nothing to do with ‘Chai pe Charcha’
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Canada: Hardly 2 people gathered in Canada. This pic says how no one was excited about Modi in Canada
Nepal: Nepalese are showing palm to confirm that they voted for Congress
France: People in France gathered to click photos with the bodyguard of Modi
Japan: This is a paid crowd. It is evident from the Saffron attire of the girl standing near Modi
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