PM Modi clicked the seflie during his one-day visit to Tamil Nadu’s Chennai where he launched projects worth ₹5,200 crore on Saturday.
A special selfie…In Chennai I met Thiru S. Manikandan. He is a proud @BJP4TamilNadu Karyakarta from Erode, serving as a booth president. A person with disability, he runs his own shop and the most motivating aspect is – he gives a substantial part of his daily profits to BJP,” Modi tweeted, sharing the pictures.
Modi arrived in Chennai after visiting Hyderabad earlier on Saturday and launched projects worth over ₹13,700 crore in both cities. In Chennai, he inaugurated the New Integrated Terminal Building of Chennai Airport as well as flagged off the Chennai-Coimbatore Vande Bharat Express.
During a public rally in the city late evening, Modi showered praises for Tamil Nadu’s rich history and said “it is the land of language and literature and a centre of patriotism and national consciousness. Many of the nation’s leading freedom fighters were from Tamil Nadu”.
Launching projects worth ₹5,200 crore in Chennai, he hailed the post-2014 National Democratic Alliance government’s efforts to “revolutionise” India’s infrastructure sector.