PM Modi arrives in Bangalore from Athens, tells supporters – India’s success echoes in every corner of the world.

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Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Bengaluru after visiting two countries. He will visit ISRO’s command center where he will meet scientists and congratulate them on the success of Chandrayaan-3. A large number of people gather around Bengaluru’s HL airport to welcome PM Modi. People are standing on the side of the road holding the tricolor flag. People are also raising slogans to welcome PM Modi.

Jai Vigyan slogan

Addressing the crowd outside the airport to welcome him, PM Modi said that India’s success is echoing in every corner of the world. He also chanted Jai Vigyan and Jai Ansandhan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directly reached Bangalore after visiting South Africa and Greece. The prime minister was on a visit to South Africa to attend the BRICS summit when the Chandrayaan 3 lander landed on the lunar surface on the evening of August 23. After Vikram landed on the moon surface, PM Modi also delivered his address through video conferencing. He termed it as a great achievement for the country as well as the mankind of the whole world.

PM Modi tweeted.

On his arrival at the Bengaluru airport, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he was looking forward to interacting with ISRO scientists. He wrote on his Twitter handle – ‘Looking forward to interacting with ISRO scientists who have made India proud with the success of Chandrayaan-3. Their dedication and passion is the main driving force behind our country’s achievements in the space sector.’

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