“PM Modi’s Open Conversation: DU Centenary festivities via Delhi Metro”
On his way to the University of Delhi’s centenary celebrations on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the Delhi Metro.
On Friday, while traveling the city’s Metro, Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaged in an open discussion with several young people. The meeting happened while PM Modi was traveling to the University of Delhi’s centennial festivities. A video of their conversation also surfaced, showing the PM surrounded by youthful passengers.
In the video, Prime Minister Modi asks a youngster where he is and the boy replies, “Sir, I am from Ranchi, Jharkhand. The PM then inquires as to whether he has made any acquaintances outside of his state of residence, to which he replies that he has. Modi inquired, “…. are you close with someone from south India or tried to learn a couple of sentences of their language…,” to which another female responded that she had attempted to acquire a few Malayalam phrases.
In another exchange, PM Modi invited the passengers to speak up if they had something to add. Several young commuters claimed that the “Pariksha Pe Charcha” program helped them.
The quick continuous shift into a cashless future caused by the rising use of UPI payments was one of the topics they discussed during their chats, along with other projects and regulations.
The PM addressed the crowd at the DU event and posted pictures of his metro ride on his Twitter account. He also remarked on the experience. “I’m Going to the DU centenary program through the Delhi Metro. Happy to have youngsters as my fellow travellers,” he wrote along with the photographs.
During his speech at the DU event, he stated that traveling with students made visiting the university more enjoyable. Two pals are discussing together anything from Israel to the moon. kaunsi film dekhi? OTT par wo (which movie did you see) series Achhi Hai? (Is it worthwhile to watch that OTT series?) Wo wali reel dekhi ya nahi dekhi? Therefore, today I also used the Delhi Metro to speak with my youthful pals (have you seen the Instagram reel trend?).
During the event, the Prime Minister set the foundations for the Delhi University Computer Centre, the Faculty of Technology building, and the academic building that will be constructed on the university’s North Campus.
Delhi University (DU) was established in 1922 by an act of the Central Legislative Assembly and is accredited by the University Grants Commission as an Institute of Eminence.
For the live movement of the varsity’s centenary festivities, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend, Delhi University institutions have imposed a number of rules, including no black clothes, mandatory attendance, and class suspension from 10 am to 12 pm.