New Delhi: Global Times, a Chinese government newspaper, has mentioned that India has emerged as a world power under the rule of Prime Minister Modi.
Zhang Xiaodong, director of the Center for South Asian Studies at Pudong University in China, has written an article on India’s political and economic transformation in the Chinese state-run Global Times. He mentioned in the article about the importance that India has achieved on the world stage in the last 10 years, and about how India is creating its own identity politically and culturally, and praised Modi’s administration.
“Significant changes have taken place in India’s economy, society and foreign policy under Modi’s regime. India has started crawling on the world stage with great confidence and planning. Bharat narrative is created.
Important changes have occurred in the last four years in particular. The economy has developed well. Urban infrastructure has improved. India is reaching an equal footing in its relations with the nations of the world.
India’s attitude towards China-India trade relationship has changed. India earlier focused on reducing imports from China. Currently, it is focusing on increasing its exports.
India has moved away from Western influence in the political and cultural arena towards its own identity. That is, India is freeing itself from its colonial influence and strengthening its own identity.
International Relations.. India also works with great planning in international relations. It maintains good relations with various international parties like USA, Japan and Russia. In the last 10 years, India has become a strong and determined side and has emerged as a major force on the world stage. “Such a change in international relations in such a short period of time is very rare,” he said in the article.