Narendra Modi's 2019 Swearing In Ceremony Should be Bigger - What really matters


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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Narendra Modi's 2019 Swearing In Ceremony Should be Bigger

The background 

Narendra Modi is known to do things in a different way. The same thing happened in 2014 when he became the PM for the very first time. He then invited the leaders of the SAARC Nations for the Swearing-In Ceremony much to everyone's surprise.

In 2019, India has asked Narendra Modi to be at the helm again in a grand fashion. Therefore the grandeur should not be any less when it comes to this time's Swearing-In Ceremony. So how can it be done?

2014 Swearing-In Ceremony | Pic courtesy Wikipedia

Who can be Invited?

Modi has built strong bonds with few world leaders with his unique style of diplomacy. Therefore, at least these leaders should be invited to witness the swearing-in of a 'friend' as the Prime Minister of the world's largest democracy for the second time - not a small feat in a vibrant democracy like India.

The list of these leaders includes but is not limited to Japan's PM Shinzo Abe, Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu, France President Emmanuel Macron, Ex-US President Barak Obama etc. Though Obama looks a bit unlikely as he is not sitting President but Modi thinks in a very different way.

We'll have to wait for a few more days to see what actually happens in the Oath Taking Ceremony this time, but whatever happens, is going to be grand! It is the Swearing-in of the PM of the world's largest democracy!

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