PM Modi in Bengaluru to meet ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 scientists

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PM Modi was in South Africa for the fifteenth BRICS Summit on the time of Chandrayaan-3’s historic touchdown close to the lunar south pole on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, getting back from an abroad journey, headed to Karnataka capital Bengaluru to meet the heroic scientists of ISRO behind Chandrayaan-3 success. 

“I could not stop myself as I was not in the country, but I decided to visit Bengaluru first and meet our scientists right after visiting India,” PM Modi mentioned exterior Bengaluru’s HAL airport. 

The PM additionally raised the slogan ‘Jai Vigyan Jai Anusandhan’ on his arrival in Bengaluru.

PM Modi will meet a crew of ISRO scientists at ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network Mission Control Complex on Saturday. 

PM was in South Africa for the fifteenth BRICS Summit on the time of Chandrayaan-3’s historic touchdown close to the lunar south pole on Wednesday. 

He watched the dwell telecast of the comfortable touchdown maneuver from Johannesburg because the Vikram lander touched down to cheers everywhere in the nation after a 40-day journey in house. 

(Inputs from ANI)


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