Chandrayaan-3 success, international people happy with India’s success: Prime Minister

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday welcomed ISRO’s successful Chandrayaan-3 mission and said that people from all over the world who believe in science and the future are happy with India’s success.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew directly from the Greek capital Athens to Bangalore on Saturday morning to congratulate and interact with ISRO scientists who have been on the Chandrayaan 3 mission for months.

Mr Modi plans to visit ISRO Telemetry Monitoring and Command Network (ISTRAC) here; there, senior ISRO officials will brief him on the progress of the country’s third moon landing.

“Landed in Bangalore. Looking forward to interacting with our amazing @isro scientists who are making India proud with the success of Chandrayaan 3! Their passion and dedication is indeed the driving force behind our country’s success in aviation. “Prime Minister announces to “X”

The Prime Minister has returned after a four-day visit to South Africa and Greece.

Modi attended the fifteenth meeting of BRICS leaders in Johannesburg from 22-24 August

The official said Modi arrived in Bengaluru soon after visiting South Africa and Greece.

On the night of 23 August, when the Chandrayaan-3 mission’s lander successfully touched down on the moon’s surface, Mr. Modi joined the ISRO team from South Africa as the ISTRAC Mission Operations Center (MOX).

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