Modi Times Now Arnab Interview: Political stability biggest strength of government’s foreign policy

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Updated: June 27, 2016 7:12 PM

Stating political stability as the biggest strength of government's foreign policy, Modi in an exclusive interview to Times Now said that it is only after 30 years a government with a full majority was elected.

 "Biggest strength of our foreign policy- political stability. After 30 years a government with a full majority was elected."
“Biggest strength of our foreign policy- political stability. After 30 years a government with a full majority was elected.”

Stating political stability as the biggest strength of government’s foreign policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an exclusive interview to Times Now said that  it is only after 30 years a government with a full majority was elected.

“Biggest strength of our foreign policy- political stability. After 30 years a government with a full majority was elected.”

He said, “Modi’s personality shouldn’t be a hindrance for the world to have faith in India. The govt works as a team. The impact that is now visible, is not just because of Modi, it is because of the team”.

“I was not born into a political family so meeting world leaders was not something I had done as a regular part of my life”, he added.

On NSG membership he said, “It’s during our tenure that we achieved SCO membership, we also got the MTCR membership. I have full faith that now we have begun a coordinated effort for the NSG membership too”.

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