PM Modi To Visit ISRO HQ In Bengaluru On 26 Aug To Congratulate Scientists On Chandrayaan-3

by Shreya Ghosh
PM Modi To Visit ISRO HQ In Bengaluru On 26 Aug To Congratulate Scientists On Chandrayaan-3

It fills us with immense pride and joy to know about the success of the Chandrayaan-3 Moon Mission. The most-anticipated mission of ISRO finally made a soft landing near the southern polar region of the Moon. The entire nation is celebrating historical achievement and global recognition. Prime Narendra Modi will soon be meeting the heroes behind the immense success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission.

Narendra Modi To Visit The ISRO HQ On 26 August

PM Modi is presently in South Africa. He is visiting the country to attend the BRICS ( (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) summit. He took to social media platform X to share snippets from the celebrations of the Chandrayaan-3 mission success. He virtually connected with ISRO from Johannesburg and congratulated everyone for this historic feat.

Prime Minister will reach Bengaluru on 26 August and visit the ISRO headquarters. He will be visiting there to congratulate the scientists and everyone in the organisation for achieving the incredible feat. On Saturday, he will be reaching Bengaluru at 6 PM and arrive at the ISRO headquarters at 7 PM, according to a report by ETV Bharat. PM Modi will spend about 2 hours interacting with the ISRO scientists and congratulate them. Following this interaction, he will head to New Delhi.

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PM Modi Congratulated ISRO Chief On Wednesday Evening After Chandrayaan-3’s Success

Following the triumph and glorious victory of the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, Narendra Modi had a conversation with S. Somanath, the ISRO Chief. He called the ISRO Chief from South Africa and congratulated him and the team on this historical achievement on Wednesday evening. Over the conversation on mobile, PM Modi also shared that he will personally greet the team soon.

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India wrote history and enlisted the nation’s name in global records on 23 August with the success of Chandrayaan-3. And the credit for this remarkable achievement goes to the determination and hard work of the ISRO scientists and team. Our country is now the first in the entire world to successfully make a soft landing near the south pole of the moon. Chandrayaan-3 landed near the south side of Earth’s only natural satellite at 6:04 PM on Wednesday.

Cover Image Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons, X, ISRO (@isro)