Modi’s definition of Secularism is ‘India First’, addressed Indian diaspora in US

Amid clamour over Wharton snub, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Indian-American community in the US via video conference, symbolize his idea of secularism to India First.

Modi denied US visa on the issue of killing of Muslims in the post-Godhra riots in 2002, one of the worse part of Modi’s journey.

“I don’t want to criticise any government. My definition of secularism is simple – India first, ” Modi said, source said.

Describing Gujarat a symbol of development the main mantra to win elections, Modi hinted his next 2014 General elections’ strategy, but cleared that India to be world leader Whatever you do, wherever you work, India should be the top priority for all its citizens.

Modi was not referring to any Wharton India Economic Forum issue for which his name stuck out of the list as keynote address to the prestigious annual event.

In the event, organized by the Overseas Indians from BJP at two places – Edison in New Jersey and Chicago, a huge crowed more than several hundred people gathered just to listen one hour long speech of Modi, reports said.

It added, Youth Skill Development, the top most preference in term of Modi for country’s development, the minister urged the large Indian diaspora to encourage tourism sector and also suggested foreign hotel management to show India on TVs of their rooms.

Without being spare to criticize his rival Congress, Modi came with weak point of UPA’s Budget said that government’s budget and Gujarat’s budget both had priority of Youth Skill Development, but UPA has allotted Rs 1000 crore for skill development, while Gujarat has Rs 800 crore.


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