Wishes pour in from around the world on 74th Independence Day

New Delhi (NVI): As the nation celebrates the 74th Independence Day, leaders from around the world extended their wishes to India on this occasion.

They posted congratulatory messages on the social media, extending wishes and greetings to the nation.

In his wishes, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the deep friendship and partnership between Australia and India are founded on “bharosa” (trust), “samman” (respect) and shared values.

Israel Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu also wishes India on twitter and said, “Wishing my very good friend Narendra Modi and all the people of IncredibleIndia a joyful, India IndependenceDay . You have so much to be proud of.”

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli was among the first ones to pour in best wishes for India.

He tweeted, “Congratulations and greetings to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji, the Government and people of India on the happy occasion of the 74th Independence Day. Best wishes for more progress and prosperity of the people of India.

 

Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa also said, “As India celebrates 74 years of Independence I wish Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the people of India a very happy Independence Day. May your nation flourish with peace and prosperity, and may the relationship between our two nations go from strength to strength.”

Bhutan Prime Minister Lotay Tshering have also extended his greetings to India.

Taking to twitter, Tshering wrote, “On behalf of the people of Bhutan, I would like to convey the warmest wishes to the people and government of India on the occasion of the 74th Independence Day.”

President of Republic of Maldives Ibrahim Mohamed Solih also tweeted and said, “73 years since India began its tryst with destiny, India remains a beacon of hope the world over for its democratic values and contributions to peace and progress.”

“Our warmest felicitations to President Kovind, PM Narendra Modi and the people of India on India’s 74th Independence Day,” he added.

-RJV/CHK