In Bengaluru, PM Narendra Modi met with ISRO Chief S. Somnath and spoke to scientists about the accomplishment of ISRO Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3, India’s third lunar mission. He praised their zeal and efforts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with ISRO Director S. Somnath and scientists involved in the ISRO Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3 project on Saturday in Bengaluru. After his previous trips to South Africa and Greece, the PM opted to meet with the brains behind India’s third successful lunar mission. The PM told the Bengaluru audience that even though he was in South Africa, scientists were in India on his thoughts. The PM also declared that Chandryaan-2’s landing site will now be known as “Tiranga” and Chandryaan-3’s landing site will be known as “Shiv Shakti.”
Top quotes from PM Narendra Modi’s speech to the ISRO scientists are listed below:
Top Quotes during PM Modi’s ISRO visit
“Today, I am feeling a different level of happiness… such occasions are very rare… this time, I was so restless,” Prime Minister Modi stated.PM Modi visits the ISRO Telemetry Tracking & Command Network Mission Control Complex in Bengaluru, I was in South Africa, but my thoughts were with you.
As soon as he landed in India, PM Modi remarked, “I wanted to meet you all and salute you,” breaking down in tears as he addressed ISRO scientists in Bengaluru about ISRO Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3’s successful lunar landing.
He said, “…Meri aakhon ke saamne 23 August ka vo din vo ek ek second baar baar ghoom raha hai,” recalling the events surrounding Chandrayaan-3’s arrival.
“This is India, a nation with original and imaginative thought. While speaking to ISRO scientists in Bengaluru, Prime Minister Modi stated, “This is the India that goes to the dark zones and illuminates the world by spreading light.
The Prime Minister declared, “India is on the Moon, and we have our national pride placed on the Moon.”
The landing site of ISRO Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3 was given the name “Shiv Shakti Point” by the prime minister, who also stated that “Shiv Shakti Point will stand testimony to India’s scientific advancement, commitment, and temperament for future generations.”
The day that ISRO Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3 touched down on the moon, August 23, was also proclaimed National Space Day by the prime minister. “India will observe August 23 as National Space Day to commemorate the lander from the Chandrayaan-3 mission’s successful touch down.”f