27 February 2024

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Elon Musk Declares Himself To Be A Modi Fan And Hopes For Tesla In India

Tesla CEO Elon Musk communicated with much excitement that he engaged in a fruitful conversation with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a much-anticipated meeting that displayed the convergence of visionary minds in the vibrant city of New York.

The atmosphere was abuzz with excitement as Musk, renowned for his audacious ventures and groundbreaking innovations, shared his aspirations for Tesla’s presence in the land of India. Emerging from their encounter, the world witnessed Musk’s contagious enthusiasm and his resolute commitment to expedite Tesla’s entry into the Indian market.

Elon Musk and Prime Minister Modi‘s meeting proved to be an interchange of zeal and shared desire. Musk expressed his enthusiasm for India’s future potential in a statement, saying, “I am incredibly excited about the future of India.” “I believe India holds more promise than any other large country in the world.” Such effusive words demonstrated Elon Musk’s consistent conviction in India’s enormous potential as a hub for technical developments and long-term growth.

When asked about his meeting with Modi, Musk told reporters, “It was excellent and a very good conversation,” adding that he hoped to visit India next year.

“I am confident Tesla will be in India and will do so as soon as humanly possible,” Musk said when asked about a date for Tesla’s arrival in India by reporters.

The Modi Magic on Elon Musk

Elon Musk praised Prime Minister Modi’s unwavering commitment to India’s prosperity and praised the leader’s determination to stimulate investment in the country. Their shared vision and commitment to encouraging creativity appears to have resulted in a pleasant relationship between the two visionaries.

Musk recalled the Prime Minister’s visit to Tesla’s factory several years ago with fondness, demonstrating their long-standing relationship.

Musk was moved by Prime Minister Modi‘s genuine concern for the welfare of his country. The innovative CEO expressed his appreciation for the Prime Minister’s encouragement and support, as well as his determination to contribute meaningfully to India’s growth story.

However, the true incentive here may be the ‘decoupling’ from China and India, which may provide much-needed respite for Tesla production. Thus, Elon Musk’s determination to create Tesla’s presence in India has been strengthened by the alignment of interests and the Prime Minister’s welcoming posture towards enterprises.

Musk, known for his pioneering attempts in sustainable energy, recognised India’s enormous potential for solar energy investment. He stated his eagerness to study and capitalise on the prospects presented by India’s positive solar energy landscape.

Elon Musk also revealed his desire to bring Starlink, a breakthrough satellite-based broadband service, to India. This ambitious plan promises to alter India’s digital connectivity, overcoming gaps and opening up new avenues for advancement, but will this be welcomed while Ambani and Adani continue to maintain dominance in business in India?

In terms of the future, Elon Musk stated that he intends to return to India in the following year.

Regardless of whether his desire to visit India is motivated by a sincere interest in the nation’s vibrant energy and rich history or by a desire to explore business opportunities, this upcoming trip has the potential to rekindle old relationships, create new alliances, and spark a wave of innovation that will help define India’s future.

Modi’s Magic Continues 

The Prime Minister will meet with 24 “thought leaders,” including Nobel laureates, economists, artists, scientists, scholars, entrepreneurs, academicians, health-care specialists, and others.

He has already met Elon Musk, novelist Jeff Smith, Michael Froman, and essayist and statistician Nassim Nicholas Taleb.

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PM Modi will also meet astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Grammy award-winning Indian-American singer Falu (Falguni Shah), World Bank Senior Vice President Paul Romer, American billionaire investor Ray Dalio, American physician, Nobel Laureate, molecular biologist Dr Peter Agre, and Grammy-nominated artist Chandrika Tandon, among others.

In the context of Prime Minister Modi’s tour to the United States, this meeting with Elon Musk stands out as evidence of the Prime Minister’s unwavering commitment to creating alliances and pursuing collaborations with global thought leaders.

The Prime Minister’s interactions with luminaries from various fields, such as Nobel laureates, economists, artists, scientists, scholars, entrepreneurs, and academics, demonstrate his vision of harnessing collective wisdom and fostering an environment conducive to transformative progress; this is a good path for India.

The Family Dinner With Joe Biden

PM Modi is the third Indian to be asked for a state visit, which is considered the highest degree of cordial ties and is reserved only for close allies. A state visit entails an invitation to the official house of the Head of State – PM Modi will have a family dinner with the Bidens at the White House on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Modi’s invitation to the Bidens for a family dinner at the White House demonstrates that the US recognises India’s growing relevance in the world arena, as well as the need for characterised shared values and a common goal.

The Busy Schedule

As a new day dawns, Prime Minister Modi’s leadership shines brightly, echoing well beyond diplomatic circles.

His presence at the United Nations headquarters to commemorate World Yoga Day demonstrates the global reach of India’s ancient wisdom and holistic practises.

He will speak to an audience of ex-pat leaders from throughout the United States on Friday at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Centre in Washington.

Beyond diplomacy, the visit is hugely important for defence and commerce ties. General Electric’s possible partnership with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to manufacture the GE-F414 jet engine in India is one prominent prospect. If realised, this collaboration would be a watershed moment in the country’s defence capabilities, as the cutting-edge engine powers the esteemed F/A-18 Hornet aircraft of the United States Navy.

The Last Bit, Prime Minister Modi’s tour across the United States, serves as a light of hope and a catalyst for the country’s future.

At the same time, Joe Biden has a lot riding on this visit, including controlling the massive Indo-American vote bank, finding a firm partner in India to counter China’s expanding economic dominance, and resolving the ongoing stalemate between the two countries.