US President Barack Obama said today the United States could be India’s “best accomplice,” as he wrapped up a three-day visit to New Delhi by highlighting the imparted estimations of the world’s greatest vote based systems
Addressing a group of people of youngsters, the US president emphasized that the relationship in the middle of Washington and New Delhi “can be one of the characterizing organizations of this century.”
The discourse was the finale of a stuffed visit which has seen a sensational upturn in a regularly harried relationship, including the marking of another “kinship” presentation between President Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was denied visa by the US till short of what a year back.
“India and the United States are not simply characteristic accomplices – I accept that America can be India’s best accomplice,” said Mr Obama in the wake of getting a happy welcome from a gathering of around 1,500 individuals.
“Obviously, no one but Indians can choose India’s part on the planet. However I’m here in light of the fact that I am completely persuaded that both our people groups will have more occupations and opportunity, our countries will be more secure, and the world will be a more secure and all the more simply place when our two popular governments stand together,” he said.
President Obama’s discourse was the last engagement on his visit, the focal point bit of which was his participation as boss visitor at Monday’s Republic Day parade, a first for a US president.