John Chambers, Chairman of the Board of Directors at US India Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF) believes under Modi India will see economic growth, job creation.
Current Affairs :-Complimenting Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his race triumph, a top American corporate pioneer has affirmed that in the following five years, the PM will lay the basis for India’s financial development and success for the following 25 years.
Executive Narendra Modi on Thursday drove his Bharatiya Janata Party to a super-sized triumph for a second term in office, winning a flat out lion’s share and on course to contact the 300-situate mark in the 543-part Lok Sabha.
“Congrats to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a definitive race triumph. These next five years of Prime Minister Modi’s administration will lay the foundation for the following 25 years as far as financial development and success for the nation,” John Chambers, Chairman of the Board of Directors at US India Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF), said.
Chambers said under Modi’s initiative, India will most likely increment its GDP and see monetary development and employment creation, and improve exchange and remote speculation.
“What’s to come is brilliant for India and we at the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum anticipate boosting ties between the two nations more than ever,” Chambers stated, mirroring the perspectives on the American corporate area, which is progressively taking a gander at India as an option in contrast to China with regards to their assembling base.
Three-term Indian American Congressman Dr Ami Bera issued an announcement saluting the natives of the nation who partook in the races in the course of recent weeks.
“These were the biggest equitable races ever and mirrored India’s duty to its establishing goals. I likewise salute Prime Minister Modi on his triumph and anticipate working with him and his legislature to propel the qualities and interests that quandary our two countries,” he said.
“As the longest serving Indian American in Congress, the eventual fate of our relationship stays, as ever, splendid and suffering,” Bera said.
Complimenting Modi, Richard Verma, previous US Ambassador to India, said he was anticipating the following part in the US-India relations, which remains the characterizing relationship of this century.
“Also, congratulations to all who participated in this monstrous exercise in majority rule government – truly something to view,” he included.