Indian PM discovers 'special connection' with Mongolian Parliament

Ulan Bator: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discovered a "special connection" with Mongolia when he entered the Buddhist country's Parliament to deliver a speech, the first foreign leader to do so on Sunday - a holiday.
At the end of his 25-minute address to lawmakers at the State Great Hural - the Parliament - Modi turned around and pointed to state emblem which had a lotus among other symbols.

Narendra Modi discovers 'special connection' with Mongolian Parliament
"When I entered the Parliament, I saw this symbol and I found special connection with this Parliament," he said.
Pointing his finger towards the emblem, he told lawmakers that there is a lotus on the emblem and his party BJP's symbol is also lotus.
His remarks was followed by clappings from lawmakers. Mongolia bestowed a rare honour on Modi by convening its Parliament on Sunday - a holiday - for his address.
Modi, who arrived in Mongolia on Sunday night from China on the second leg of his three-nation tour, is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the country.


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