India to stay neutral in foreign policy without any fear or pressure: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that India stays firm with its interest while being viewed as a nation that can firmly speak about humanity at a time when the entire world is divided into two rival factions.
The Prime Minister was speaking on the occasion of the 42nd foundation day of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
"Today, India stands firm before the world with its interests without any fear or pressure. When the entire world is divided into two rival factions, India is being viewed as a nation that can firmly speak about humanity," said PM Modi in his remarks in the address through video conference.
Noting that the 42nd foundation day of the BJP is important, the Prime Minister stated that the occasion is coinciding with the celebrations of 75 years of Independence, `Azadi Ka Amarit Mohatsav`.