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IN PICTURES: 'Spot Wankhede Stadium', Says PM Modi As He Flies Over Mumbai

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday shared some very eye-pleasing, eye-catching pictures on Instagram with his followers while he flew over Mumbai
  • 'Spot Wankhede Stadium', was his question for his followers as he flew over the legendary ground in which India won its second ever Cricket World Cup in 2011

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday shared some very eye-pleasing, eye-catching pictures on Instagram with his followers while he flew over Mumbai. He did so as he was flying to the city ahead of the inauguration of the Museum of Indian cinema.

In the first picture, he shared a mesmerizing image of Mumbai, captioning it with 'Hello Mumbai'. The visual shows the tall buildings in the city close to the sea, and it catches the eye of the onlooker at the very instant.

The second picture is of the famous Wankhede stadium, and he used a question as a caption for his followers. 'Spot Wankhede Stadium', was his question as he flew over the legendary ground in which India won its second ever Cricket World Cup in 2011.

In the final picture that the Prime Minister shared, he expressed the relationship Mumbai shares with the sea. 'Mumbai and the seas have a strong bond' read the Prime Minister's caption for a photo which had a number of boats sailing in the water.

Prior to this, PM Modi had visited Gujarat and inaugurated the Armoured Systems Complex of Larsen and Toubro, the first private facility in the country where the K9 Vajra self-propelled Howitzer guns will be manufactured.

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The Prime Minister is very active on social media, and is in fact the most followed Indian on Twitter with 45.2 million people following. Even on Instagram, he is very active, and has 16.5 million followers. He regularly uses the social media websites to express his views and share his opinions.

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