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Looking forward to welcome Modi: US

Washington, June 6, 2014,

The United States is looking forward to welcoming the new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Washington, but refrained from making any announcement on the possible trip in September.

“We look forward to welcoming the prime minister to Washington, nothing to announce on timing at this point,” the State Department Deputy Spokesperson, Marie Harf, told reporters on Thursday at her daily press conference.

“I don’t have any more details. We said we look forward to welcoming him,” Harf reiterated when pressed further.

Earlier last month US Secretary of State John Kerry had welcomed Mr. Modi to U.S. during his meeting with the Indian Ambassador to the United States S. Jaishankar.

The Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, Nisha Desai Biswal is scheduled to hold meetings in New Delhi over the next several days establishing the first high level contact between the Obama Administration and the Modi Government after the latter came back to power on May 26.

Ms. Biswal, who is Obama Administration’s point person for South and Central Asia, reached New Delhi on Friday from China.

“Some very productive consultations w (with) my Chinese counterparts on regional connectivity,” Ms Biswal tweeted.

In a statement, the North American Punjabi Association welcomed the purposed meeting between Mr. Modi and Mr. Obama in Washington in September.

“This meeting is a step in national interest,” said Satnam Singh Chahal, its executive director.

NAPA, he said, will write to Mr. Modi to raise the issue of Security and Safety of Sikhs residing in the United States.

Don’t be complacent, Modi tells BJP MPs

New Delhi, June 6, 2014,

Sounding a word of caution to ruling BJP MPs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked them to remain connected to the ground and not let any complacency eclipse the party’s performance which catapulted it to power.

In a clear message to his party’s newly-elected lawmakers, Mr. Modi said as BJP was no longer in the opposition, its MPs had a far bigger responsibility in taking the message of the government to the grassroots level and highlight its programmes.

In his 20-minute speech in the Central Hall of Parliament, Mr. Modi exhorted the MPs to remain in touch with the people at the grassroots and not lower their guard.

The Prime Minister also asked them to help in the smooth running of the House and attend the sessions of Parliament full-time while maintaining its dignity.

Sources said the Prime Minister also asked the MPs not to talk to the media as spokespersons of the party but raise the issues of their own area and constituency with them instead.

He also urged them to come armed with knowledge and do their homework properly before participating in Parliament debates.

He said being present during debates will be a good learning ground for them on various issues.

BJP patriarch L K Advani, in his address, also asked BJP MPs to continue to work for the welfare of the common people and consolidate on the gains as the party had come a long way from mere two MPs to the 282-member strong force with a majority of its own in the 2014 Lok Sabha election.

BJP president and Home Minister Rajnath Singh also welcomed the new party MPs and asked them to work hard for further success of the party and uplift of common people.

 
 
 

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