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PM Modi turns photographer in Sikkim, shares photos on Twitter

September 24, 2018 10:27 IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned photographer for a day!

The PM, who is in Sikkim to inaugurate the Pakyong Airport, the state’s first airport, on Monday, shared some beautiful pictures of the Himalayan state on Twitter.

 

Taking to the social media platform, Modi captioned the images, “Serene and splendid! Clicked these pictures on the way to Sikkim. Enchanting and incredible!”

Sikkim’s dream of having an airport will come true on Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate an aerodrome at Pakyong.

The foundation stone of the greenfield airport was laid in 2009.           

The prime minister reached here on Sunday evening in an MI-8 chopper from Bagdogra and was received by Governor Ganga Prasad, Chief Minister Pawan Chamling and others at Libing Army Helipad.

 

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