PM Modi to visit ISRO with massive roadshow in Bengaluru

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

On Saturday at 5.55 a.m., Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to arrive at HAL Airport. At 7 a.m., he will then go to the Peenya-based ISRO facility. He will go to a large road performance in the city at around 8 a.m. At 8:35 a.m., he would leave for Delhi.

Extensive traffic measures have been made in preparation for the Prime Minister’s arrival. The public is being advised by Bengaluru City Traffic Police to avoid the highways earmarked for the Prime Minister’s convoy between 4.30 a.m. and 9.30 a.m.

Modi to visit bengaluru ISRO

The following roads will experience an issue due to the Roadshow of PM Modi:

Old Madras Road, MG Road, Old Airport Road, Raj Bhavan Road, Cubbon Road (Mekhri Circle), Ballari Road Raman Road, CV Tumkur Road (extending from Yeshwantpur to Nagasandra), Yashwanthapura Flyover Magadi Road, Outer Ring Road (running from Sumanahalli to Goraguntepalya Junction), Crossroads at Gubbi Thotadhappa Road and Jalahalli.

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PM Modi to visit bengaluru on Saturday

Between the hours of 4 am and 10 am, there is a temporary ban on the movement of heavy goods vehicles. The general people are urged to assist the traffic police and refrain from unneeded travel during the limited hours.

On Wednesday, PM Modi congratulated ISRO Chairman S. Somanath on the accomplishment of the Chandrayaan-3 mission and promised to pay a personal visit to Bengaluru shortly to thank the entire team. He spoke with Somanath on the phone while he was in Johannesburg for the BRICS conference.

India became the first nation to accomplish so when the Chandrayaan-3 lander, Vikram. Which landed on the unexplored lunar South Pole on Wednesday night. The Chandrayaan-3 lander, known as “Vikram,” successfully established touch with the unexplored lunar South Pole. Landed on Wednesday night after a 40-day space journey. With this achievement, India became the first nation to accomplish such a feat.

Additionally, while in South Africa, Prime Minister Modi virtually watched the Chandrayaan-3 landing as it was being aired live. With the mission’s historic soft landing on the moon’s surface, he declared that “India has now set foot on the moon.”

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