Since Modi's election, Indo-US ties have improved significantly: BJP

India-US relations have gone from strength to strength in seven years since Modi took power. Modi will be meeting with his third president as Indian prime minister. The two countries are not only strategic partners but also have commonality.

NEW DELHI (New Delhi) — BJP chief Narendra Modi is due to meet with US President Joe Biden on Friday to report that, despite the government change in the region, the India-US relations have gone from strength to strength in the last seven years.Sudhanshu Trivedi, a BJP spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member, reported at a press conference here that Modi will be meeting with his third president as Indian prime minister and maintained that irrespective of the party in charge, he has maintained close links with all presidents and the government there.Trivedi said he has been presenting India's interests with the same ferociousness, citing a multi-dimensional nature of his trip to the United States.In the seven years since Modi took power, the Indo-US relationship have gone from strength to strength, according to BJP foreign affairs department in charge Vijay Chauthaiwale.

The five CEOs selected by the prime minister for the meeting included leading US firms from various sectors and were carefully chosen for the meeting, he said, expressing confidence in the Indian economy and promising more investment.The issue of terrorism will be addressed in the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), according to a strategic alliance of the United States, India, Japan, and Australia, as a result of the Taliban's retaking of Afghanistan, as well as the importance of the rule of law and free movement in the south China sea, according to him.BJP chiefs underscored the significance of Modis' trip by noting that, in addition to meeting Biden and Harris, he will also host bilateral meetings with top leaders from Japan and Australia, as part of his Quad meeting.The prime minister will also address the United Nations General Assembly.