Newdelhi:9/9/23:Amid the ongoing controversy over the name change of the country, during the inaugural address at the G20 Summit at Bharat Mandapam on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s nameplate read ‘Bharat’ instead of India. The leaders of Opposition parties have raised a strong protest over mentioning the name of the country from India to Bharat in the dinner invitation from President Droupadi Murmu to foreign leaders attending the G20 Summit. The dinner is on Saturday, where apart from international delegates, some of the prominent leaders of the nation would also attend. The Prime Minister started his inaugural address after expressing deep grief over the loss of lives due to an earthquake in Morocco and assured all possible assistance to Morocco in this difficult time.
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