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US President Donald Trump praised Modi’s demoneytization policy
- By Shalini Gupta |
- Saturday, November 19th, 2016 |
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Elected president of US Donald Trump on Tuesday commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s work when he took time out of planning for arranging his administration in January to meet with his Indian business accomplices.
Sagar Chordia, executive of Panchshil Realty told that Donald Trump was adulated Modiji as dependably and included that he has been making an awesome performance in India. Trump also told that he hoped to strengthen and grow relation with India.
Trump met Atul Chordia, Sagar Chordia and Kalpesh Mehta at Trump Tower, New York on Tuesday. His discussion was around Indian economy and Modi. Trump’s family, including daughter Ivanka and sons Eric and Donald Trump Jr. was also present there. Mehta has been the ‘managing partner’ of Tribeca Developers, Trump’s India delegate in charge of supporting the brand in the nation.
Donald Trump has been attached with five ‘luxurious project’ in India including a ‘Trump Tower’, a 46-apartment block with ‘Panchshil Realty’ in Pune, and an under-development 300-apartment project in Mumbai’s Lower Parel with the ‘Lodha Group’. These are not ‘equity joint ventures’. Trump has loaned his name to the ventures with an interest of profit.
The Indo-US respective relations bloomed under president Obama and PM Modi has developed to a certain level to drive the relationship forward. The relationship in army level has reinforced extensively and the two nations have likewise gained ground in different territories.
In a casual meeting at a supper facilitated by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan 2-3 days back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi commented that he was anticipating to work with Donald Trump and he was in the opinion that the new administration would be very much slanted towards India. He assured that there was no reason to fear any significant change.
As per Mehta, Donald Trump Jr. communicated fulfillment with the pace of business of Trump Organization in India and demonstrated enthusiasm for extending it further. However, Mehta told that they could not get an opportunity to discuss money demonetisation with Mr. Trump. But, his sons heard about it and they named it as a fantastically bold step. Trump had adulated India and the ‘changing perception’ about India, after Modi turned into the prime minister.