The leaders of the world’s two largest democracies are going to exchange their institutional positions in an attempt to face new challenges and come up with innovative ways to solve each other’s problems.
It has been decided by the two major leaders of the world that they will be exploring possibilities and policies by swapping their positions, according to an unrevealed release.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “It’s a great opportunity to explore the policies run by the United States of America. I will be playing the role of US President Donald Trump which is an honourable move for me.”
Trump also shared his views and said, “India is an emerging country and it would be my pleasure to work there. I am looking forward to working with other great Indian politicians in India.”
The decision of the leader exchange came into the picture after the winning wave of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and other states. The BJP took 312 of the 403 Assembly seats in UP, and its allies another 13 seats; in Uttarakhand, it won 57 of the 70 seats at stake.
According to the release, Modi wants to look into the matter of hate crimes against Indian-Americans closely. He said, “It’s going to be my first and most priority to look into the matter of hate crimes happening against my brothers in the US. I would work with Indian-American political leaders there and try to find out the ways to solve this issue.”
Trump on the other hand, wants to exploit the talent in India. He said, “Since India is an emerging country with a heap of talents, I would discover the possibilities of trade and labour.”
This exchange move will be effective from April 1 and last until either leader goes nuclear.
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