Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Visit to ISRO
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned to India after his successful visits to South Africa and Greece. Upon his arrival in Bangalore, PM Modi expressed his excitement about meeting the ISRO scientists and congratulating them on the remarkable success of Chandrayaan-3. This achievement by our scientists has brought immense pride to the nation, and it is indeed a moment of celebration.
During his visit to South Africa, where he attended the BRICS summit, PM Modi closely monitored the progress of the Vikram Lander’s landing. Despite being physically away, he remained connected and showed his unwavering support to the ISRO team. Now, he is all set to personally meet the scientists and extend his heartfelt congratulations to them.
An Optimistic Outlook for the Indian Space Program
The success of Chandrayaan-3 signifies a major milestone for the Indian space program. It showcases our country’s capabilities in the field of space exploration and research. This achievement not only strengthens India’s position as a global space power but also opens up new avenues for scientific discoveries and advancements.
Under the guidance and leadership of PM Modi, ISRO has continuously pushed the boundaries of space exploration. The success of Chandrayaan-3 demonstrates the remarkable progress made by our scientists and their dedication towards advancing technology for the benefit of our nation and humanity as a whole.
A Warm Welcome Awaits PM Modi
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Bangalore, he will be greeted with immense enthusiasm and excitement by BJP leaders and workers. The entire nation is proud of the achievements of ISRO, and this warm welcome is a reflection of the admiration and support that PM Modi enjoys from the people.
During his visit, PM Modi will not only congratulate the ISRO scientists but also discuss future plans and initiatives for the Indian space program. This interaction will undoubtedly be an inspiring and motivating experience for the scientists, as they receive recognition from the highest level of leadership in the country.
PM Modi will stay at the headquarters for one hour
According to the information, PM Modi has reached Bangalore on Saturday morning. PM Modi will directly go to the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) from the airport. Here they will stay for about an hour. PM Modi will meet scientists at ISRO headquarters and congratulate the scientists for the success of Chandrayaan-3. According to BJP sources, leaders and workers will welcome PM Modi outside HAL airport and at Jalahalli Cross near ISTRAC.
Virtually congratulated scientists during landing
After the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3, PM Modi virtually congratulated the scientists of ISRO. He had said that many congratulations to Team Chandrayaan, ISRO and all the scientists of the country, who worked hard for years for this watch. I respect the 140 crore countrymen of India for this moment of enthusiasm and joy. India has created history because of the scientists of the country. India today reached the south pole of the Moon, where no country in the world has been able to reach. Due to ISRO, now many myths related to the moon will change. He had said that now the proverbs will also change. Earlier children used to say – Chanda Mama is far away, but now that day will also come, when children will say – Chanda Mama is just of a tour.
PM went to Bangalore during the landing of Chandrayaan-2
In 2019 also, Prime Minister Modi went to Bangalore on 6 September to see the landing of India’s moon mission Chandrayaan-2. However, ISRO lost contact with the lander about two kilometers before the lunar surface during the landing.