New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday began his meditation in Kedarnath. This is part of the two-day visit to Uttarakhand. The prime minister trekked two kilometres to the cave. Notably, in the vicinity of the cave, no media personnel were allowed.Also Read - PM Narendra Modi To Inaugurate Bharat Drone Mohatsav At Pragati Maidan Today | 5 Things To Know
PM Modi on Saturday reached Uttarakhand on a two-day visit during which he will pay obeisance in the Himalayan shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Photo Credit: ANI.
PM Modi at the Kedarnath Temple.
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While Modi will visit Kedarnath on Saturday, he will offer prayers at Badrinath on Sunday. Photo Credit: ANI.
PM Modi trekked 2 km to the cave and on request of media allowed cameras to make initial visuals. Photo Credit: ANI.
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The portals of both the shrines were reopened for devotees after winter break earlier this month. Photo Credit: ANI.
The prime minister’s visit to Uttarakhand comes a day after campaigning for the general election came to a close.
(With agency inputs)