Watch: Modi went to France and said to the people of Pakistan – We are not even equal to India, in the whole world…

Viral Video: Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi reached Paris on Thursday (July 13) on a visit to France. Where he was received grandly by French Prime Minister Elizabeth Borne. PM Modi was warmly welcomed by NRIs on his arrival in France. Slogans of Modi-Modi were also raised here. Not only this, France awarded the country’s highest civilian and military honor Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor to Modi, which is being discussed all over the world. 

There is a lot of discussion about PM Modi’s visit to France in Pakistan too. Some Pakistanis are accepting that we cannot compare India. India has gone far ahead of Pakistan in every respect. One such video is going viral on social media. In which the Pakistani person is seen saying that the image of India has improved in the present times. Countries around the world want to build their relationship with India. 

Pakistan’s image tarnished 

In the viral video, a Pakistani youth is seen saying that I do not trust the Prime Minister of the country at all. The betterment of Pakistan cannot be expected from them. Another Pakistani youth is seen saying that Pakistan itself has tarnished its image. Wherever the PM of Pakistan goes, he starts asking for loans. In such a situation, countries around the world are keeping distance from Pakistan. 

Can’t match India 

A Pakistani person comparing India to Pakistan says that we cannot compare. The more Pakistan asks for loan from IMF, the more a rich man in India owns a house. 

It is noteworthy that Narendra Modi started his two-day visit to France on Thursday. where he held ‘fruitful’ meetings with French counterpart Elisabeth Borne and Senate President Gerard Larcher. 

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