Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to make a visit to ISRO Bengaluru to extend his direct congratulations to the tireless scientists who played an integral role in the triumphant accomplishment of Chandrayaan 3. While currently in South Africa for the BRICS summit, Prime Minister Modi observed the Chandrayaan-3 soft landing from there on Wednesday. Subsequently, he addressed the nation, expressing his commendation for the ISRO team.
According to reports, Prime Minister Modi is slated to arrive in Bengaluru on Saturday to personally felicitate the dedicated scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and its entire team. His arrival is scheduled for 6 pm on August 26th, and he is expected to visit ISRO at 7 pm. During this two-hour interaction, he will engage with the scientists and extend his appreciation to all those instrumental in the successful execution of the Chandrayaan-3 mission. Following this, the Prime Minister will return to New Delhi, as confirmed by officials.