- Hu Shijin clapped the tweet and wrote
- Global Times journalist gets jealous
- Britain is likely to overtake.
World news: China is always jealous of India’s achievements. This time, China has been spiced up with the aircraft carrier INS Vikrant and India’s rapidly growing economy. While sharing the image of a tweet of BJP, a journalist of Global Times has written many wrong words against India or rather how much of its poison for India has been seen through this tweet. Recently, India’s Prime Minister Modi has increased the strength of the navy, due to which India is being kissed in the eyes of China. When INS Vikrant had joined the Indian Navy, the journalist had made a tweet. Now the Chinese are feeling upset because India has overtaken Britain to become the fifth largest economy in the world. Now only America, China, Japan and Germany are ahead of them.
BJP had tweeted
The Bharatiya Janata Party tweeted about India’s achievements. It was written in this tweet that the transformative changes by the Modi government given by the government are helping India achieve its goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy. Becoming the 5th largest economy in the world overtaking UK is the best example of India’s economic growth. When the Global Times reporter saw this tweet, he became jealous.
Chinese journalist spews venom
Global Times journalist Hu Shijin took a swipe at his tweet, writing that India would continue to colonize Britain and that it could “Indianize” Britain. One day, English with Indian pronunciation will become the most standard English worldwide, and foreigners who learn English will learn Indian pronunciation. Go ahead India. After this tweet, many Indian tweeters lashed out.
the economy is already strengthened
Until a decade ago, India was ranked 11th in terms of major economies, while the UK was fifth. With a record expansion in the Indian economy in the April-June quarter, it has slipped to the sixth position, overtaking the UK. India, the world’s fastest growing major economy, is likely to overtake Britain in the next few years.
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