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Donald Trump calls PM Modi, congratulates him on recent poll victories

Donald Trump calls PM Modi, congratulates him on recent poll victories

| | 28 Mar 2017, 09:37 am
Washington/New Delhi, Mar 28 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump on Monday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi and congratulated the latter on his recent poll success.

The BJP, under the leadership of Modi, has registered an impressive performance in the recently concluded polls.

While it captured Uttar Pradesh with a landslide win and registered another comfortable win in Uttarakhand, the party managed to turn Manipur saffron, as N Biren Singh was sworn-in as the first saffron Chief Minister of the state.

BJP also managed to retain Goa, though they did not fare well in Punjab, which now belongs to arch rival Congress.

Trump spoke to Modi over the phone, a White House statement said.

On the other hand, PMO India tweeted: "US President HE Mr. @realDonaldTrump called PM @narendramodi to convey his felicitations on the electoral results. @POTUS."


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