Australian PM makes samosas; wishes to share with PM Modi -- netizens react
In a Twitter post, Scott Morrison stated that he made everything from scratch, including the mango chutney and that "it is a pity" his upcoming meeting with PM Modi is through a video link.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison spent his Sunday making 'ScoMosas' (his own personal twist to samosas) with mango chutney and tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a social media post, expressing his desire to share the popular snack with him.
In the post, Morrison stated that he made everything from scratch, including the mango chutney and that "it is a pity" their upcoming meeting is through a video link.
Sunday ScoMosas with mango chutney, all made from scratch - including the chutney! A pity my meeting with @narendramodi this week is by videolink. They’re vegetarian, I would have liked to share them with him. pic.twitter.com/Sj7y4Migu9— Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) May 31, 2020
As soon as the post was shared, several Netizens reacted to the Aussie PM's samosas. Take a look:
Proposing your name for ????????????????????Michelin Star— Meenakashi Lekhi (@M_Lekhi) May 31, 2020
Sir— Rishi Mishra (@RishiMishra_) May 31, 2020
Samosa and chutney is a staple snack along with a cup of tea in North and Central India
With lots of love to our Aussie brothers and sisters.
Voooooowwww Great. Hats off to you Sir. Thank you so much for offering Vegetarian food for our beloved PM @narendramodi Ji.— Paras K.Ghelani (PG) (@ParasKGhelani) May 31, 2020
So Indian Samosa Having New Name Now. "SCOMOSA"— Arvind Lodha???????? (@AB_BJP) May 31, 2020
Australian PM Scott Morrison with a tray full of Samosa and Chutney.https://t.co/W1AbB93Jb2
Prime Minister Modi and the Australian Prime Minister will hold a bilateral summit through a video-link on June 4.
According to the Ministry of External Affairs, the two leaders will be discussing and the issues of mutual interest in the India-Australia summit. Along with it, reportedly, the two leaders will be signing a number of bilateral agreements, including ones on military logistics and science and technology.