After causing chaos in Pakistan, PM Modi takes a ride in Metro, talks about Bhagwat Geeta

New Delhi:

It was business as usual for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi just few hours after Indian Air Force carried out Air Strike in Pakistan’s Balakot.

After addressing a rally in Rajasthan’s Churu, PM Modi returned to Delhi and took metro to attend an ISKON event.

PM Modi was surrounded by his the fellow passengers. Everyone wanted a selfie with PM Modi and he was happy to oblige them.

At ISKON temple PM Modi unveiled world’s largest Geeta and performed Puja. He started his address saying that “today is an important day.” When the public applauded, he said that today is important because Gandhi peace prize was awarded today and world largest Geeta is being unveiled.

PM termed the Bhagavad Gita to be a world heritage which has been enlightening generations across the world since thousands of years. “Gita teaches us harmony and brotherhood”, the PM added.