The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s government, instead of the name ‘India’, has moved to use the Sanskrit name ‘Bharat’, according to foreign media. The ‘G20’ summit will be held in New Delhi this coming weekend.
A dinner will be held under the chairmanship of Indian President Draupadi Murmu for the participating state leaders. For that purpose, the Indian government has sent invitation letters to foreign leaders, and in them, it is mentioned not as ‘President of India’ but as ‘President of India’.
This is why foreign media have reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has changed the name of India. The G20 Summit will be held in New Delhi on the 9th and 10th. For the heads of state, the dinner will be held on the 9th night under the chairmanship of the President of India.
Many powerful Western leaders of the world such as US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron etc. will participate in the conference. (Hindustan Times)
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