Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the United Kingdom, as part of his five-day three-nation tour, where he interacted with participants in the ‘Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Sath’ programme on Wednesday, April 18, at Westminister's Central Hall in London. 

During his discussion in the Bharat ki Baat, Sabke Sath programme, Modi outlined three objectives of his government — Children must be educated, youths must have jobs and the elderly must have access to medicine.

One of the participants asked Modi from where he gets the stamina to work 24/7 for the welfare of India. The PM ansered that every day for the last 20 years, he has been eating 1-2 kilograms of..."Gaaliyan!" The Hindi word for "abuse" - and the audience roared in laughter

Modi is very good with his words and his oratory skills are always on full display while he responds to questions. Modi spoke gently, gave dramatic pauses and gave quirky replies to the audience. Later, he was seen tittering as he watched the audience applaud.

The PM spent over two hours answering questions at Central Hall Westminister, the hallowed venue where the United Nations General Assembly first met in 1946. Censor board chief Prasoon Joshi moderated the event, called - 'Bharat Ki Baat Sabke Saath' - where the prime minister took questions on a wide range of issues.

Later, Modi arrived at the iconic hall after meeting Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, and held bilateral talks with UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

Here's a video of Modi's response to the question about the secret of his stamina.



(Inputs from PTI)