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Britain keen to welcome Indian Prime Minister Modi


New Delhi (Nov. 22, 2014): Britain is keen to welcome Indian Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi in year 2015 stated beaming British High Commissioner in India Sir James Bevan to Senior BJP leader Mr. Vijay Jolly.

BJP Leader Jolly met the Hon’ble British High Commissioner Sir James Bevan at New Delhi. The 45 minutes long meeting over tea and snacks took place at 2 Rajaji Marg, New Delhi residence of the British envoy. It was also attended by First Secretary (Political) Dr. Emily Cutler.

Warm good wishes from BJP President Shri. Amit Shah were also conveyed by Mr. Jolly. The British High Commissioner stated that he looked forward to his meeting with Mr. Shah soon at New Delhi.

During this meeting the British High Commissioner Sir Bevan fondly recalled that UK Govt. was the first to re-engage with Hon’ble Narendra Modi on 22nd Oct 2012. This in fact had strengthened economic, educational, social & diplomatic ties between Gujarat & Britain. Later on a high level British delegation had also taken part in vibrant Gujarat Summit -2013.

The contribution of Indian diaspora in business, industry, education & development in United Kingdom was profusely applauded & acknowledged. The successful visit of the Indian Prime Minister to various parts of the globe and his initiatives on Swachchh Abhiyan and Make in India campaign were also discussed by BJP leader Mr. Jolly in his meeting with the British envoy in Delhi.