PM Narendra Modi's name should be entered in Guinness book for record foreign trips: Goa Congress

Modi had set the record of making 41 trips to 52 countries in his tenure of four years, alleged Goa Congress spokesperson Sankalp Amonkar.

Published: 11th July 2018 01:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th July 2018 01:57 PM   |  A+A-

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (File photo | PTI)


PANAJI: The Congress in Goa on Wednesday suggested that name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi be recorded in the Guinness World of Record.

In a letter written to Guinness World Records authorities, copies of which were shared with media, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) and spokesperson Sankalp Amonkar, ''We are overwhelmed and extremely happy to suggest the name of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has set the world record."

The letter further said that the Prime Minister has correctly used the resources of India and had set the record of making 41 trips to 52 countries in his tenure of four years. He has already spent an expenditure of Rs 355,30,38,465 and has become a role model for the future generation of India.

Sankalp further added, ''We would like to inform you that in his tenure the value of Indian Rupee skidded to Rs 69.03 against the US Dollar, making the Indian currency most vulnerable and worst performing currencies in Asia. It will give us immense pleasure if you will consider the name of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the above-mentioned act,"

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  • Arvind

    41 trips to 52 countries. How is it possible 52 countries means min 52 trips if he had visited each country once
    2 years ago reply
  • Bhupender

    When Pratibha Patil spent Rs. 420+ Cr for vacation during her tenure as President of India then there were no questions asked and now when Narendra Modi visited other countries the opposition is burning with jealous. one should rather appreciate for what he has done as India emerged as one of the trustable nation and country with huge opportunity to lead the world.
    2 years ago reply
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