ANI Photo | “Delighted…,” says PM Modi after meeting religious leaders in Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed his gratitude to the religious leaders of all communities who met him in Parliament today for their ‘kind words on the development trajectory’ of the nation.
In a post on X, the PM said that he was delighted to meet a delegation of religious leaders in Parliament.
“Delighted to meet a delegation of religious leaders in Parliament today. I thank them for their kind words on the development trajectory of our nation,” he said.
PM Modi also shared photographs with the religious leaders.
delighted says pm modi after meeting religious leaders in parliament 1 – The News Mill
Religious leaders representing various minority sections reached Parliament on Monday to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar.
Chief Imam of All India Imam Organization, Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi said, “Paigaam-e-mohabbat hai, paigaam desh hai…”
HimSood, the founder of the Indian Minority Foundation, said that they want to tell the world that India is one.
“Today, the Indian Minority Organisation has reached the Parliament with various religious leaders. We want to tell everyone that India is one,” Sood told ANI.
After meeting the PM, Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi hailed the leadership of PM Modi and said that the country is closer to becoming a ‘Vishwaguru’ again.
“Our castes, customs, religions, and prayer methods might be different. but our biggest religion as humans is that of humanity. We all live in the same country; we are all Bharatiya. Come, let us strengthen our country. Our country is our top priority. Together, we have to take our nation forward. Today, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is closer to becoming a ‘Vishwaguru’ again, and we all have to work together for that to happen… These visuals from the new Parliament building are proof of the changing times for our country,” Ilyasi said

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