PM Modi Boards Delhi Metro to Inaugurate ‘Largest’ Bhagavad Gita

The prime minister was seen clicking photos and selfies with the passengers on-board.

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The prime minister was seen clicking photos and selfies with the passengers on-board.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, 26 February, boarded the Delhi metro from Khan Market metro station to reach Nehru Place the Geeta Aradhna event, reported ANI.

He inaugurated the ‘largest’ Bhagavad Gita in the world at ISKCON temple.

Modi was seen clicking photos and selfies with the passengers on-board.

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Earlier in the day, speaking at a rally in Churu in Rajasthan, hours after the Indian Air Force’s strikes across the Line of Control (LoC), Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Today, I assure the countrymen, the country is in safe hands.”

“Today is the day to pay homage to India's bravehearts,” he said.

Recounting his slogan from the 2014 general election, he said, “Today, I repeat what I said back in 2014: Saugandh mujhe iss mitti ki main desh nahi mitne doonga, main desh nahi rukne doonga. Main desh nahi jhukne doonga... Mera vachan hai Bharat Maa ko, tera sheesh nahi jhukne doonga...” (I take a vow I won’t let this country stop in its tracks...I take a vow I won’t let this country bow down), adding that nothing is above nation.

(With inputs from ANI)

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