Independence Day: Bill Gates congratulates PM Modi, calls India's development in healthcare, digital transformation "inspiring"
Agencies8/15/2022

As India celebrates its 76th Independence Day, wishes poured in from across the world. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for prioritizing healthcare and digital transformation while spearheading India's development.

"As India celebrates its 75th Independence Day, I congratulate @narendramodi for prioritizing healthcare and digital transformation while spearheading India's development. India's progress in these sectors is inspiring and we are fortunate to partner in this journey.

#AmritMahotsav," tweeted Bill Gates.

Indian-American astronaut Raja Chari also greeted India from International Space Station to celebrate the 76th Independence Day.

"On Indian Independence eve I'm reminded of Indian diaspora that I could see from @Space_Station where my immigrant father's home town of Hyderabad shines [email protected] is just 1 place Indian Americans make a difference every day. Looking forward to @IndianEmbassyUS celebration," tweeted Raja Chari.

Meanwhile, Singapore High Commission also wished India on the occasion of 76th Independence Day.

"Wishing India a wonderful 76th #IndependenceDay! Many remarkable achievements by our dearest friends. Glad India continues to forge ahead & realise its immense potential & Singapore continues to be part of its growth story. Look forward to scale new heights together," tweeted Singapore in India.

 




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