British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the famous Hindu temple with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds to woo the Indian community in the general elections. During this, Johnson pledged to partner with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in building a new India. The 31-year-old Symonds launched the first official election campaign in Nesden, north west of London, along with Boris Johnson on Saturday. The two reached the famous Swami Narayan temple, where Symonds and Johnson, dressed in a bright pink saree, met the NRIs.
During this, Johnson pledged to partner with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in building a new India.
Meanwhile, the British PM said that I know that Prime Minister Modi is building a new India. We will support him in this endeavor in the British Government. Johnson’s ruling Conservative Party was ahead of the opposition Labor Party in an opinion poll. Johnson said about Swami Narayan Temple, this temple is one of the greatest gifts given by the Hindu community to our country. It reinforces community spirit in all of our lives. You are contributing a lot in society by doing great charitable work. London and Britain are lucky.