Bangalore: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, on Friday morning. Here he took part in many programs including flagging off South India’s first Vande Bharat Express train and inaugurating Terminal 2 of Bengaluru airport. The people of Bangalore were very happy to have the Prime Minister in their midst and gave him a warm welcome. On his way to the station, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stopped his car near the Karnataka Public Service Commission office and at a famous intersection and waved to party workers and supporters.
Greeting the people of Bangalore
Thousands gathered on both sides of the road to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he was heading towards Krantiveer Sangolli Rayan (KSR) station to flag off the ‘Vande Bharat’ Express and ‘Bharat Gaurav Kashi Darshan’ trains on Friday morning. It was up to Modi greeted the crowd while standing near his car and people chanted ‘Modi, Modi’. Thousands of people stood with Bharatiya Janata Party flags and were very happy to have the Prime Minister in their midst.
Modi gave many gifts to Bangalore
PM Modi later got out of his car and greeted people at a major intersection near KSR station on his way to inaugurate Terminal-2 of Kempegowda International Airport. Prime Minister Modi flagged off trains on his visit, unveiling a 108-feet tall bronze statue of ‘Nadaprabhu’ Kempegowda and inaugurated Terminal-2 of Kempegowda International Airport built at a cost of Rs 5 thousand crore. Modi’s visit to Bengaluru assumes significance as there is less than 6 months left for the assembly elections in Karnataka.
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