While Mr Trump did not explicitly endorse Mr Modi's moves in Kashmir, which have inflamed tensions with neighbouring Pakistan, his remarks risk being interpreted in Islamabad as signalling United States support.
"While Prime Minister Narendra Modi held six bilaterals, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar held 11 meetings and Minister of State S. Muraleedharan too had his share of meetings", Gitesh Sarma, Secretary (West) in the Ministry of External Affairs said at a briefing in NY. Modi, who harnessed the energy of social media to reach politics before Trump, has been dubbed India's "first social media politician". 'Everything is fine in India, ' he said: "Sab changey si, majama che; ellam saukiyam, sob khub bhalo, saboo bhallachi". Owaisi also targetted Modi over his worldwide visits and for investing money in foreign companies. By the way, President Trump calls me a tough negotiator. Outside the stadium, protesters accused Modi's government of human rights abuses against Kashmiris.
"My American friends are wondering what I have said", he said.
Modi also said that India would make investments of up to United States dollars 50 billion into its Jal Jeevan Mission which promotes water conservation, rainwater harvesting, and the development of water resources. I want it to be humane.
The prime minister's address comes a day after the two leaders shared the stage at a grand event in Houston and displayed close friendship and a common vision on fighting terrorism. So in this situation, I feel that this is the beginning of a crisis. You guys are doing better than anybody I've ever heard.
Indian premier was joined by US President Trump and other US politicians despite widespread criticism over his policies on Kashmir..
Mr Trump delivered a speech that risks being viewed as siding with India in its dispute with Pakistan, two countries that he has offered to mediate between, though India has rebuffed the offer.
Meanwhile, President Trump, on Monday, attended the UN Climate Change summit and became a spectator while the Indian Prime Minister delivered a speech on India's bid for climate protection.
A strict lockdown and communications blackout was imposed in the region that has snapped off ordinary people's internet and mobile telephone service across much of occupied Kashmir.