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Now, Robert Vadra Scoffs At PM Modi's Kedarnath Visit, Exclaims 'Wow !! What’s Going On ...'

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Robert Vadra commented on PM Modi's Kedarnath visit
  • Expressing his shock over PM Modi's photographs, Vadra questioned 'if it is not astonishing that we don't leave our pride even in religious places' 

Sharing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's photographs from his visit to the Himalayan shrine, Kedarnath on Saturday, Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra in a tweet said that we must stay 'humble and grounded' and respect spiritual places

Expressing his shock over PM Modi's photographs, Vadra questioned 'if it is not astonishing that we don't leave our pride even in religious places' 

He tweeted: Wow! What is going on..is this for real?! We must stay humble and grounded. We should respect everything, everybody- especially spiritual places. Your leadership is chosen by the people. Isn't it astonishing that we don't leave our pride even in religious places?

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PM Modi is on a 2-day visit to Uttarakhand on May 18 to pay obeisance at the Himalayan shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. 

On Saturday, after praying to Lord Shiva in Kedarnath, PM Modi hiked to go in the Rudra Gufa, where he is reported to spend the night meditating in solitude. Media visuals have been prohibited at the cave until Sunday morning. 

Holding a rainbow umbrella, PM Modi trekked for 2 kilometers to reach the cave.

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During his visit, dressed in pahari outfit, PM Modi even interacted with the officials to review the Kedarnath Development Project.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday completed a full circle with his 2019 Lok Sabha election campaign by speaking exclusively to Republic Media Network's Executive Editor Abhishek Kapoor wherein he answered on a plethora of key issues including on how the 2019 campaign was different from what happened five years ago.

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