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Elon Musk a supporter of India, says PM Modi ahead of Tesla CEO's India visit

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a "supporter of India" ahead of the billionaire's much-anticipated visit to the country later this month.

In an interview with ANI, the Prime Minister was asked about Musk's visit to India and how the Tesla CEO is a "fan" of Modi.

"Elon Musk being a supporter of Modi is one thing, but basically he is a supporter of India," PM Modi said. The full version of the interview will be released later.

In the trailer of the interview, PM Modi also speaks about electoral bonds and the buzz about his third term.

PM Modi's latest remarks comes ahead of Musk's visit to India in April.

Earlier, Musk said on X that he is looking forward to meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Musk is likely to make an announcement on plans to invest and open a new factory in the country, two sources with direct knowledge said.

The two sources added that the billionaire will see PM Modi in New Delhi during the week of April 22 and will unveil his plans for India separately.

When Musk and Modi last met in June in New York, Tesla was considering building a factory in India and spent months lobbying that country to reduce import levies on electric cars.

India announced a new EV policy last month that will reduce import duties on some models from 100 percent to 15 percent provided a company spends at least $500 million and establishes a facility.