G20 Summit 2023 in Delhi: President of India was written instead of President of India on the dinner invitation card prepared for India’s G20 Summit. Since then, it has become a matter of discussion in the whole country whether the Government of India wants to change the name of India to Bharat. However, the government has clearly advised to avoid such issue regarding this.
Given advice to India
The Chinese newspaper Global Times, pointing to the G20 summit, wrote whether it is India or India? The country should use its presidency of the G20 to reform its economy, expand openness and attract foreign investment. Posting on X (formerly Twitter), the Chinese newspaper Global Times wrote that all this (G20 summit) is more important than changing its name."text-align: justify;"While advising India, he further wrote that he should gradually implement various measures through the G20. Such works are more important than changing the name of the country.
GTVoice: Is it India or Bharat? The country should use the G20 presidency to demonstrate its determination to reform its economy, expand its openness and attract foreign investment. These are all more important than whether to change its name. https://t.co/kOB180NvdU pic.twitter.com/cwlhnIvJ33
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) September 6, 2023
The issue of India and India was presented as a tool
The Chinese newspaper Global Times accepted the fact and wrote that today India is the fastest growing economy in the world. However, despite this, he presented the issue of India and India as a tool. Taking a dig at India, he said that India has attracted the attention of the world, but it is not going to make any difference until India is able to use the G20 chairmanship properly.
Modi administration one of the ambitious governments
Global Times wrote in the article that this year Modi administration has been one of the most ambitious governments since 1991 in terms of economic reforms. Let us tell you that in the year 1991, India started major reforms to liberalize its economy.
While talking on India’s market, he wrote that India hesitates to fully open its markets to the world, but history after 1947 tells us that every time India has promoted reforms and economic liberalisation. Then he has been successful in giving a strong impetus to the economic development. In this way, he has also talked about opening the market for Chinese companies in gestures from India.
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