‘PM Modi the most powerful person on earth’, British MP praises him

UK MP Lord Karan Bilimoria Louds PM Modi: The popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been heard in the British Parliament. In the midst of BBC’s controversial documentary, British MP Lord Karan Bilimoria praised PM Modi in the House of Lords. He said that PM Modi is one of the most powerful men on earth. Bilimoria also described India as the fastest growing major economy in the world. 

A few days ago in the British Parliament, Imran Hussain of Pakistani origin had asked British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s views on the controversial BBC documentary. In response, Sunak said that he did not agree with such a characterisation.

PM Modi the most powerful person in the world
MP Lord Karan Bilimoria said during a debate in the British Parliament on January 19, “As a boy, Narendra Modi sold tea at his father’s tea stall at a railway station in Gujarat. Today he is one of the most powerful people on this earth as the Prime Minister of India. Today India has the presidency of G20. Today India has a vision to become the second largest economy in the world with a GDP of US$ 32 billion in the next 25 years.


— Lord Karan Bilimoria (@Lord_Bilimoria) January 20, 2023

British MP said while comparing India with express train, "Indian Express has left the station. It is now the fastest train in the world. It is the fastest growing major economy. The UK should be its closest friend and partner."

BBC Documentary Controversy
Controversy is increasing over a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The way PM Modi has been shown in this documentary on Gujarat riots is being condemned everywhere. This issue also cropped up in the British Parliament. British PM Rishi Sunak defended PM Modi on the documentary. Pakistani-origin MP Imran Hussain raised the issue in Parliament regarding the documentary. On this, Rishi Sunak said that he does not agree with the way the Indian Prime Minister has been portrayed.

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