M odi ji, we certainly love you a lot. Your speeches, your style and off course your energetic attitude makes our days even more colorful! Under your leadership, we certainly are having ' acche din' (good days) but Modi ji please don' t break protocols even, for our VVIP guests! Well, to make it clear, we are talking about the recent departing from protocols episode by our beloved Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi who went on to receive Mr. Barack Obama, President of United States Of America and his wife Michelle and welcomed them with a warm hug at the Palam Air Force Station in New Delhi. Followed by this he even broke the security rules after the 66th Republic Day Parade to address the overwhelming crowd at Delhi. PM Modi and Obama agreed to many commitments with the common goal of progressing both the nations. Few of the major takeaways from US President' s visit to India would include the civil nuclear deal to work, besides US endorsing India for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. Some of the pictures here, were tweeted by Press Information Bureau of India (PIB India). Stay updated with the most trending stories ruling the internet by simply following us on Twitter.
According to the protocol, the Prime Minister does not greet foreign leaders on their arrival instead, meets them at a formal ceremony at the presidential palace. Modi made the decision himself to break the law and surprised everyone.
The Airport welcome party included BJP's Piyush Goyal who was acting as Minister-in-Waiting to Obama on this trip. India's Ambassador to the US S. Jaishankar was also seen.
President Obama was given a Red Carpet welcome by the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
The move was seen as a departure from tradition, as it's usual for chief guests at the event to arrive and depart with the Indian President in his car from Rashtrapati Bhavan.
As reported by the Economic Times, India and the US will move towards joint production and co-development of weapon systems along with intensifying counter-terror cooperation, undertaking joint military exercises under the Defense Framework Agreement renewed by the two sides.
Police were not at all surprised because Modi had done something similar last Independence Day as well.
Summits are foreseen affairs, with leaders sticking to the usual protocol and mentioning each other with their official designations. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi went beyond rules on Sunday, when he, more than once referred to the US president, as 'Barack' at the joint media appearance as reported by Hindustan Times.
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