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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

A girl sang Bollywood songs in Israel, S Jaishankar surprised

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is on a three-day visit to Israel. Here he has come to make a bilateral agreement with Israel under Made in India. During his Israel tour, S Jaishankar was surprised by a local girl singing a Bollywood song.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is on an official visit to Israel from October 17 to 21. According to the ministry, Jaishankar has arrived at the invitation of Israel's Foreign Minister Yeir Lepid. This is Jaishankar's first visit to Israel as foreign minister, the statement said. During this he will hold a bilateral meeting with his Israeli counterpart Yar Lepid.

S Jaishankar and the Indian delegation accompanying him were accorded a special welcome in Israel. A visually impaired girl from Israel sang two Bollywood songs (Har Ghari Badal Rahi Hai... Aur Tum Paas Aaye Yun Muskaine...) in front of Jaishankar. During this, Jaishankar and his entire team were listening carefully to the girl. During this, the rest of the people present are seen praising the girl's song by clapping.

Let us tell you that a visually impaired Indian-Jewish girl from Shalva National Center sang a song in front of Indian and Israeli foreign ministers. Shalva National Center is a renowned NGO that empowers people with disabilities in Israel.

At the same time, Jaishankar will also meet President Isaac Herzog, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Speaker of the Knesset Parliament there during his visit. India and Israel transformed their bilateral ties into a strategic alliance during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Israel in July 2017. The ministry said that since then both the countries have focused on enhancing the knowledge-based alliance, with emphasis on innovation and research and accelerating the 'Make in India' programme.