Indian looking forward to further enhance ties with Japan PM visit


Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be visiting India starting with Gujarat for two-day itinerary will be joined by Indian counterpart PM Modi for his trip around India with dignitaries accompanying him.

Indian PM Narendra Modi tweeted “I look forward to welcoming PM Shinzo Abe, India truly values its ties with Japan and looks forward to further boost the bilateral relations in a wide range of areas” making sure they work in enhancing the bilateral ties for betterment on both front.

Two PM will pass through the Gujarat Airports to the Sabarmati Ashram, huge security arrangements, thousands of people are expected throughout the 9KM stretch with children’s singing and dance on many stoppage for greeting the Japan PM.

From Ashram they will be heading to famous mosque ‘Sidi Saiyyid Ni Jaali’ with PM Modi as his guide for explaining the rich culture and heritage of its historical importance.

There are huge noises in the media surrounding the India’s first bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad to be built with assistance from Japan only. A special public function is announced for marking the beginning of this huge leap of technology in India with 10,000 people expected on this occasion.

Bullet train project might be one of most historic for India with budget around Rs.1,10,000 crores which is expected to completed by 2022-23 with loan from Japan of around Rs.80,000 crores with inters tog 0.1 percent with 50 years for repayment is great help. There are another 15 MoUs signing for investing in the Gujrat state to be held as well.