February 26 will no longer be an ordinary day for Indians. It's the day the country took revenge for the Pulwama attack in Jammu and Kashmir. In the wee hours of Tuesday, 12 Indian Air Force Mirage-2000 jets crossed the Line of Control (LoC) and destroyed terror camps in Balakot run by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed. While the nation is celebrating the attack, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi too celebrated by having a field day in the Delhi metro.
PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday unveiled the 800 Kg Bhagavad Gita at ISKCON temple and much to the surprise of Delhites, PM chose to take the Metro to reach the venue in south Delhi's East of Kailash. PM Modi boarded the train from Khan Market metro station on Violet Line to reach the venue and got down at Nehru Place. He shared an adorable video of his experience in the train during which he's seen jokingly pulling a child's ears.
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With my adorable young friend. Watch.
In another post shared by the PM on twitter, he is seen posing for pictures and selfies with the metro passengers who were rather surprised to have a special, VIP co-passenger.
Modi unveiled a giant Bhagavad Gita, running into 670 pages and weighing 800 kg, at the temple located near Kailash Colony metro station. Modi travelled back to his residence using the metro in the evening.