Delhi chief minister questions PM Modi’s foreign trips


Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has questioned the merit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign trips asking if the country had benefited from his frequent international tours at all.

In a series of tweets, Kejriwal asked, ”

He also took a dig at Modi’s meeting with the heads of various IT giants in Silicon Valley.

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He wrote, ” Does it suit the stature of an Indian PM to visit individual cos seeking investments?”

Kejriwal said that India needed to learn from China, which, according to him first focussed on building the infrastructure within the country conducive for investments whereby corporate giants ‘vied for investments’ there.

He said that ‘investments will come at our terms if we make India strong else investors will dictate terms.’

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The Delhi CM has recently coined the phrase ‘Make India’ saying that it was more important than PM Modi’s much publicised ‘Make in India’ campaign to seek investments in the country.

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