The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to organise a mega roadshow in Bengaluru tomorrow to receive Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The prime minister will be in Bengaluru on August 26, to greet the ISRO scientists and officials for the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3's lander and deployment of rover on moon's surface.
BJP planning roadshow
According to senior BJP leader and former Minister R Ashoka, the Karnataka BJP is planning a grand welcome for the Prime Minister by organising a mega road show in the city on his arrival.
"PM Narendra Modi is coming on August 26. We will be receiving him in big numbers with more than 6,000 people at HAL airport. There, he might address the people of Bengaluru. Our (BJP) national leader Santosh ji (General Sec B L Santosh) just spoke to me regarding organising a mega roadshow in Peenya, I have spoken to Dasarahalli MLA Muniraju about this," he said.
"We the people of Bengaluru will give Modi a grand welcome, because ISRO means Bengaluru and Bengaluru means ISRO. He is coming here to congratulate ISRO scientists," he added.
Though the details of PM's visit have not been shared, he is likely to visit the Missions Operations Complex at Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) here to greet the scientists and officials of the space agency.