Bengaluru: During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Karnataka on Monday, he surprised a cheering crowd of BJP workers and supporters by stopping his car to welcome them.
On his drive from the Airforce Station Training Command Headquarters to the Indian Institute of Science, Prime Minister Modi saw people waving BJP flags and shouting “Modi, Modi,” so he stopped his car for a few minutes, got out of his seat, and waved at them standing on the running board.
In thanks, the Prime Minister folded his hands and made a ‘namaste‘ gesture to them.
As the van approached the IISc venue for a programme, he continued to wave to the crowd.
Tight security arrangements have been made. The traffic routes have been changed in numerous places of the city regarding the visit and movement of PM Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Bengaluru earlier today. He is on a two-day visit to Karnataka. During PM Modi’s stay in Karnataka, he has to take part in a series of events in Bengaluru and Mysuru to inaugurate or lay the foundation stone for various development works.
PM Modi will fly down to Mysuru Airport and then take a chopper to touch down at the Maharaja’s College grounds at 5.30pm. During the event, the PM is set to interact with beneficiaries of government welfare schemes and inaugurate work on railway projects. He will also unveil the Centre of Excellence of the premier All India Institute of Speech and Hearing.