Elon Musk: Modi really cares about India, I’m a Modi fan

PM Modi with Elon Musk in United States. Photo Credit: Google

New York: Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk had a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday. He said that he is a huge fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that Modi wants to do the best thing for India. Musk told the reporters, after his meeting with Modi in New York. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is really interested in Tesla. Musk said in a statement that he believes that “PM Modi really cares about his county, India”. He said that PM Modi showed interest in pushing Tesla to make a significant investment in India.

In a statement to News Agency ANI, he said ” “I can say that PM Modi really wants to do the right things for India. He wants to be open, he wants to be supportive of new companies and at a same time make sure it benefits to India, which is the Job. We’ll I’m fan of Modi.” He continued and said “I’m tentatively planning to come to India again in 2024. I am looking forward. We’re hopefully looking forward to bringing Starlink to India as well. The Starlink Internet, which I think can be incredibly helpful for remote or rural villages in India”

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Tesla to come to India soon

Musk also showed his confidence in bringing Tesla to India. When he was asked how much time it would take, he said that Tesla will be there in India as soon as you as humanly possible. Meanwhile, reports suggest that musk had a meeting with PM Modi over plans to set up an electric vehicle manufacturing base in the country. Musk is the executive chairman of Twitter which has not had much good relationship with the Indian government in the past few months.

Recently, Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey had made a very controversial statement saying that the Indian government had asked all the Twitter accounts critical of the handling of farmer protests to be restricted. This statement got a lot of attention and Modi Government denied any such threat to the social media platform. Anurag Thakur said that this was a attempt to insult India and happens when elections are approaching in the country. Furthermore, PM Modi visited the United States on Monday. This meet is to strengthen the relationship between both the countries.