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After Modi's swearing in as Prime Minister, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif's first such reaction, know what he said

Narendra Modi has been sworn in for the third consecutive term as the Prime Minister of India. Then on Monday, the Prime Minister of the neighboring country Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif also congratulated PM Modi on becoming the Prime Minister.
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Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive term yesterday on Sunday. Since taking oath, he has been receiving congratulatory messages from many world leaders. PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony was attended by 7 heads of state. Today on Monday, the Prime Minister of the neighboring country Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif also congratulated PM Modi on becoming the Prime Minister.

Shahbaz Sharif has congratulated by tweeting on social media ex-Twitter. "Hearty congratulations to Narendra Modi on being sworn in as the Prime Minister of India," Shahbaz Sharif wrote in a congratulatory message. Earlier on Sunday, apart from the Presidents of Uganda, Canada, Solewini, former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai and Bill Gates also congratulated the PM.

Many big leaders of the world congratulated

Ever since Prime Minister Modi won the election for the third time, he has been receiving congratulatory messages. Top leaders of many countries including Russia, America, Britain, UAE and Korea have congratulated PM Modi. US President Joe Biden congratulated Prime Minister Modi, NDA and nearly 65 crore voters for winning this historic election. In a social media post, Biden wrote, "The friendship between the two countries continues to grow stronger as a shared future of unlimited potential emerges."

Congratulating Prime Minister Modi on his victory, United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wrote on social media, "Britain and India have the closest friendship and this friendship will continue in the future."

What is the meaning of Shahbaz Sharif's Abhinandan?

Pakistan is currently facing an economic and political crisis. In such a situation Pakistan PM Shahbaz is making all possible efforts to bring stability in the country. The Shahbaz government has also taken the initiative to hold peace talks with the country's opposition party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Shahbaz Sharif's greeting can be seen as a small initiative to improve relations with the neighboring country.

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