Monday, April 15, 2024
HomeWorld NewsPM Modi honored with Bhutan's highest civilian award, said this - India...

PM Modi honored with Bhutan’s highest civilian award, said this – India TV Hindi

Image Source : NARENDRA MODI (X)
PM Modi honored with Bhutan’s highest civilian award.

New Delhi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been honored with Bhutan’s highest civilian award. The King of Bhutan has honored PM Modi with the Order of Druk Gyalpo. With this, PM Modi is the first non-Bhutanese person to receive Bhutan’s highest civilian award. Since its inception, this award has been given to only four eminent personalities. PM Modi is the first foreign head of government to receive Bhutan’s highest civilian honour.

Award dedicated to the countrymen

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also given his reaction on being honored with the Order of the Druk Gyalpo. He said, “Today is a big day in my life, I have been honored with Bhutan’s highest civilian honour. Every award is special, but when you get an award from another country, it shows that both the countries are on the right path.” But we are moving forward. I accept this honor on the basis of every Indian and thank you for it. PM Modi said that the relations between India and Bhutan are as ancient as they are new and contemporary. are also. When I became the Prime Minister of India in 2014, it was natural for me to visit Bhutan as my first foreign trip. PM Modi has dedicated this honor to 140 crore countrymen.

PM Modi on two-day visit

Earlier, while starting his two-day state visit to Bhutan, PM Modi met Bhutan’s King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck on Friday. Modi was given a grand welcome before meeting the Bhutanese King. Prime Minister Modi arrived in Bhutan on a two-day state visit with the aim of further strengthening India’s unique relations with Bhutan under the ‘Neighborhood First’ policy. Hours after his arrival, Prime Minister Modi said he was grateful to the Bhutanese people for the “memorable welcome” to the beautiful country. He expressed hope that India-Bhutan friendship will “continue to reach new heights”.

PM posted on X

PM Modi wrote in a post on ‘X’ that “I am grateful to the people of Bhutan, especially the youth, for the memorable welcome to their beautiful country.” He also shared pictures of his interactions with people from different sections of Bhutan. . The Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement on Friday that the visit is in line with the tradition of regular high-level exchanges between India and Bhutan and to emphasize the government’s ‘neighborhood first’ policy.

Also read-

American official said- Pakistan is trapped, facing the terrible threat of terrorism

Putin became excited after becoming President for the record 5th time, created panic in Ukraine by firing 31 missiles simultaneously at Kiev

Latest World News


Most Popular

Recent Comments