Prime Minister Narendra Modi this time tried his hand at wildlife photography when he went to the Nandan Van Jungle Safari in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday.
The images widely shared on social media, Modi was seen shooting a tiger closely who is looking directly into his lens.
Chattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, promoting Naya Raipur as a new hub for investments and projects, gave a tour to the PM and the PM lend his support to the CM’s cause as he later tweeted, “I see great scope for tourism in Chhattisgarh.”
He wrote, “On a day like this, we remember the work of our beloved Atal (Behari Vajpayee) Ji. He was the one who made Chhattisgarh.”
The jungle safari, described by PM Modi as Raman Singh’s “pet project”, is spread over 800 acres of land.
Besides tigers, it also showcases bears, lions, deer, chimpanzees and a variety of other animals.
However, the PM wildlife photography is trending for the time being and let’s see how is impacts the Chattisgarh tourism industry in coming times.
Courtesy: NDTV and twitter