Bengaluru, on August 26.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised ISRO for the successful Chandrayaan-3 mission. He said that people from all over the world who trust in science and the future are very excited about India’s accomplishment.
The Prime Minister, who came straight from Greece to Bengaluru, said he was too eager to reach the city first upon his return and thank the ISRO scientists, so he couldn’t hold himself back.
Before going to the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC), Modi spoke to a crowd outside the HAL Airport.
“The place on the moon where Vikram landed on August 23 will be called Shiv Shakti point,” said Modi, adding, “The spot where Chandrayaan left its mark will be called ‘Tiranga’ and August 23 will be celebrated as National Space Day. ”
“He said that not just Indians, but people from all over the world who believe in science, have a positive and eager attitude towards the future and are committed to helping humanity. ”
Modi expressed his gratitude to the people of Bengaluru who came out in large numbers to see him.
I notice that many people, even children, wake up very early in the morning. “The Prime Minister said that these kids are the future of India,” using simpler words.
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