PM Modi arrived at the Mosque in Singapore


Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Singapore on Thursday after the five-day foreign tour of three countries, Indonesia, Malaysia. After signing some important agreements between the two countries on Friday, Prime Minister Modi met with America’s Defense Secretary James Mattis on the final day of the tour.

Thereafter he reached the famous Mormon Temple in Singapore and devoted his worships. “PM worshiped the oldest temple in Singapore, strengthening cultural ties,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said in a tweet. They said, “This temple was built in the year 1827”.

Singapore’s cultural minister was also present with the PM on the location. They visited the mosque which was built by an Indian Businessman.

Prior to this, he went to the Indian Heritage Center, and there he bought Madhubani painting with a RuPay card.

PM Modi visited Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum of Singapore.

PM Modi and former Prime Minister of Singapore, Goh Chok Tong, unveiled the plaque marking the immersion site of Mahatma Gandhi’s ashes at Clifford Pier.

According to the Foreign Ministry, important documents regarding economic, technology, defense and IT were signed between the two countries. On Saturday, PM Modi will leave for India at 2.50 pm, according to Indian time.

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