On Saturday, US President Joe Biden asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his autograph after discovering how he has been managing large crowds, sources told India Today.
When Biden walked up to PM Modi during the Quad meeting, one of the points he made was the large number of requests he was getting from prominent citizens to attend the Indian leader's programmes during his next month state visit to Washington DC, officials said on Sunday.
During the Quad meeting in Japan's Hiroshima, President Joe Biden came up to PM Modi and said that he’s been facing a challenge with a deluge of requests from prominent citizens to attend the program of PM Modi, ANI reported.
Meanwhile, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, who was also present, added that there is a capacity of 20,000 for the community reception in Sydney but he is still not able to manage the requests he is getting.
Both President Biden and PM Albanese complained to PM Modi about their peculiar challenges.
PM Albanese then remembered how more than 90,000 people welcomed PM Modi during the victory lap at the Narendra Modi stadium