Chandrayaan-2: PM Modi hugs and console ISRO chief K. Sivan

Sep 07 2019 09:51 AM
Chandrayaan-2: PM Modi hugs and console ISRO chief K. Sivan

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi reached the control room of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in Bangalore on Saturday morning and met the scientists. PM Modi addressed the country regarding the Chandrayaan-2 mission. The ISRO chief came out to bid him goodbye, but during this time he became very emotional. ISRO chief started weeping. Seeing the ISRO Chief being emotional, PM Modi embraced him. At the same time, hie patted him on his back and encouraged him.

Vikram Lander, who was sent to the moon under Chandrayaan-2 mission before landing, has lost contact with scientists of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). In connection with this entire mission, PM Modi addressed the country from the control centre of ISRO. PM Modi told the scientists that "I wish all of you a lot of best wishes for the upcoming mission. I believe you. Your resolutions are much deeper than me. You are a sea of inspiration in yourself".

PM Modi concluded his address with Bharat Mata Ki Jai. After the address, PM Modi met all the scientists and encouraged them. PM Modi said that "I also salute the families of our space scientists. We are not going to draw a line on butter, but we are going to draw a line on a stone.


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