PM Modi arrives in Australia to attend G20 Summit

Brisbane, Nov 14: After concluding his three-day Myanmar trip, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Brisbane, Australia on Friday. Here, Modi will attend the G20 summit over the next two days and meet several world leaders, before participating in bilateral engagements with the Australian government.

After reaching the Kangaroo land, Modi tweeted a picture of Brisbane,"Reached Brisbane. It is bright and sunny outside".

PM Modi also remembered India's first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, on his 125th birth anniversary. "Today we mark the 125th birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. My tributes to him."

"We remember Pandit Nehru's efforts during the freedom struggle and his role as the first Prime Minister of India", he added.

Later, he moved to the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to attend the first programme in Brisbane. He is expected to address students at QUT.  He took a tour of the university and wrote a message on the Agro Robot. The adorable PM impressed all present there expressing his feelings through a write up in Hindi. He wrote that research is the mother of development, in view of encouraging the students.

“Research is the mother of development” is what PM Modi wrote on the Agro Robot at QUT, tweets MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin.

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