On June 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going ahead with the success of India’s Act East policy to pursue a five-day visit to Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. 125 crore people of India wish their success for this journey.
In the internal political scenario of India, the Narendra Modi government has made the Look East Policy a success. Based on this, by establishing BJP rule in more than 90 percent of India’s north-east province, it has shown that the BJP and the Modi government think of 125 million Indians. With everyone, development of everyone goes on the policy of appeasing no one.
The first phase of Modi’s journey will be Indonesia. Although Indonesia is the most Muslim population in the world, religion is still running on a non-secular policy like India. India is also the country with the most Muslim population after Indonesia.
China is in tension due to the visit of Indonesia. Currently Indonesia has given economic and military access to its Sabang island, strategically important to India.
The island is at the northern end of Sumatra and is also the mouth of the Malacca Strait. Indonesian Minister Luhut Pandjatan had told that India would invest in Sabang Port and Economic Zone and also make a hospital.
A few days after the announcement, the Indian Prime Minister said on Monday that he is going on a tour of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore between May 29 and June 2.
In Malaysia, Modi will meet Prime Minister Mahatir Mohammed while Clifford Pear will go to Singapore apart from meeting with students and CEOs where the bones of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed.
But most of these three countries will remain in Indonesia. And its biggest reason is recently agreed between the two countries.
According to the Hindustan Times, India and Indonesia started thinking about the proposal for cooperation in Sabang 2014-15. The increasing penetration of China in the Indian Ocean region gave rise to the concern of India and Indonesia, and due to this there was agreement on Sabang.
Pandjaitan had expressed concern about China’s Belt and Road Initiative. He said, “We do not want BRI to control us.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has proved that India is looking at relations with China in a new perspective by making informal talks in Wuhan with President Xi Chunfing, but this does not mean that India is concerned about its relationship with neighboring countries with China Will not strengthen PM Modi is proving this same thing with his visit to Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Modi is on a five-day visit to these countries on Tuesday. It is believed that this journey of PM Modi under India’s ‘East East Policy’ will prove to be very important.
The East Pakistan policy of Modi Government is also in the interest of India that China is increasing its influence in Southeast Asia rapidly. In view of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working with a forward-looking. He has also emphasized on strategic partnership and maritime cooperation with emphasis on regional security framework.
Under the Act East policy by Prime Minister Modi, China is being considered as a tasteless answer. Indeed, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Myanmar are increasingly interfering. In this way, India is increasing its relations with countries which are upset with China’s expansionist policies.
Significantly, China is in dispute with the South China Sea along with Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Even after the verdict against China in the International Court, he is not accepting and increasing his interference. In such a situation, India’s policy is right that by increasing cooperation from these ASEAN countries, prepare a vote against China.
In this sequence, India is giving defense cooperation and training to Myanmar army. There is a trade of $ 8 billion between India and Thailand. Work on the trilateral highway linking India, Myanmar and Thailand is continuing, which will start by the end of 2019. Regardless of the outcome, however, the estimate of the diploma of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been different.
PM Modi’s Act East Policy
Prime Minister Modi changed the policy of UPA government’s ‘Look Up East’ policy. Launched a new ‘East East Policy’ in which these states were considered frontline states to trade in East and South East Asia-Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lavos, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Under this policy, Prime Minister Modi gave priority to improving relations with Bangladesh, and gave a solid consolidation to the neighbors through many agreements from Bangladesh.
Recently, Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, along with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee joined the Prime Minister of Bangladesh to inaugurate the Bangladesh Bhavan.
Today the relations with these countries have reached a new height. For the first time in the country, when the President of the Government of all the ten nations of the nations of the Republic of India participated in the Republic Day celebrations of 2018.
Japan’s involvement – Japan has a major role in the development of North-Eastern states in India as well as in the countries of credibility.