The nation has done all preparations to welcome PM Modi after his foreign visit. PM Modi departed for India yesterday from Greece and will head straight to meet ISRO Scientists.
In Karnataka, local police and ISRO officials assembled outside the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network Mission Control Complex in Bengaluru, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to convene with the scientists from the ISRO team participating in the Chandrayaan 3 Mission.
Preparations are in full swing at HAL Airport in Bengaluru to receive Prime Minister Narendra Modi following his two-nation visit to South Africa and Greece.
In Karnataka, residents holding posters and the national flag are congregating on the streets surrounding HAL Airport in Bengaluru. They are eagerly awaiting the arrival of PM Narendra Modi, who will soon be meeting with the scientists from the ISRO team working on the Chandrayaan 3 Mission at the ISRO Telemetry Tracking & Command Network Mission Control Complex. PM Modi's arrival is imminent, following the conclusion of his two-nation tour to South Africa and Greece.
The locals outside HAL Airport proudly celebrated this significant achievement and stated their purpose: to welcome PM Modi, who had come to Bengaluru to meet with the ISRO team scientists involved in the Chandrayaan 3 Mission.
Posters celebrating the successful landing of Chandrayaan 3 near Palam Airport welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his two-nation visit to South Africa and Greece. After departing from Greece, PM Modi will proceed directly to Bengaluru, Karnataka, where he will meet with the ISRO team scientists who were part of the Chandrayaan 3 Mission.
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