The Indian opposition leader spins the politics around the allegations over Prime Minister but when he is observed at the global level, a different and beautiful image of Prime Minister Modi can be seen.

The strong relationship and a warm bond between US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been part of conversations.

On Monday, US President once again shared about the ‘strong relationship’ between the two.

Mr Trumph said “I love India, give my regards to my friend PM Modi,” and asked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to convey the message while addressing a large gathering of the international leaders at a high-level event on counter-narcotics on Monday.

As Trump left the podium after addressing the gathering at the conclusion of the event hosted by him at the United Nations, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warmly hugged Swaraj and introduced her to the president.

The warm words shared by Mr Trump was in response when Ms Swaraj shared with Mr Trump that she has brought greetings from PM Modi.

Well, this was not the first time when the deep bond between the two leaders was reflected at a public conference.

Last year, November 2017, the White House disclosed that Trump likes Modi, in a press conference.

Raj Shah, the White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary shared “The relationship with Modi is his (Donald Trump) relationship with Modi. He likes (him). You know he talks about other leaders too? The way in which he talks about a few other leaders that he just likes and gets along with, Modi is one of them,” signifying a deep bond between the two.

In February of this year, US officials shared about the strong “India-US ties” and indicated that Trump had a ‘strong relationship’ with PM Modi.

State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert even talked about the strong relationship breeding between President Trump and PM Modi and said “I know that his daughter (Ivanka) really enjoyed having been over in Hyderabad late last year, and so it’s an important relationship, an increasingly important relationship,”

Currently, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is having a busy scheduled week as she is attending 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly and bilateral meetings.