Modi is the only Indian Prime Minister to address US Congress twice

Narendra Modi addressed the US Congress : PM Modi addressed for an hour to members of the US Congress during a joint session, pointing out India’s commitment to terrorism prevention, women’s empowerment, and other crucial problems.

Narendra Modi is the first Indian prime minister to address the US Congress in a joint session twice. Also only the second international leader to get the honour more than once, following Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Modi said when I visited the United States as Prime Minister for the first time India was the world’s tenth largest economy. But India is now fifth largest economy in the world. India will soon be the world’s third largest economy. We are not only increasing in measure, but also in speed. When India grows, the entire globe grows with it.

Narendra Modi addressed the US Congress

India is the home to all world religions, and we honour them all. Unity in diversity is a natural way of life in India, and the world is becoming more interested in learning more about India. Over 2,500 political parties currently exist here. India’s many states are administered by about 20 different parties. Despite having numerous of dialects and 22 official languages, we communicate with one voice. Modi added.

Narendra Modi thanked Joe Biden for the warm welcome and said, “The White House’s grand welcome is an honour and pride for the 140 crore Indians, and the Indian community in the US”. During his address, the Prime Minister also recalled the first time he saw the White House during his visit to the United States 30 years ago.

The White House State Dinner Guest List 

Nearly 400 individuals attended the White House state dinner provided by US President Joe Biden for Indian PM Narendra Modi, included Tim Cook (Apple), Sundar Pichai (Google), Satya Nadella (Microsoft), Sam Altman (OpenAI), Indra Nooyi (Pepsico), Mukesh Ambani (Reliance), Anand Mahindra (Mahindra), Larry Culp (General Electric), David Calhoun (Boeing Co), Nikhil Kamath (Zerodha), Josh Bekenstein (Bain Capital) and more.

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