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7 programs in 2 states, then 5G launch: PM Modi’s gruelling 24 hour schedule during Navratri

On Friday alone, Prime Minister had 7 programs lined up in a day. He completed all of them while got late for a public event in Rajasthan, for which he apologized before the people.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out 5G services at Pragati Maidan today, marking the beginning of a new technological era. While the nation looks forward to revolutionary changes after 5G launch, one thing that has caught everyone’s attention is PM Modi’s gruelling & power packed schedule in last 24 hours. It assumes more importance because Prime Minister remains on fasting during full 9 days of Navratri and survives only on water.

Prime Minister is already 72 years old and despite that him going on a project launch spree while on fasting remains an enigma for many. For long, his endless energy has been a topic of debate in political discourse as many wonder from where he brings this much vigour. Prime Minister has often credited this to his desire & longing for public service.

PM Modi is an ardent devotee of Maa Durga and keeps fast for 9 days during Navratri, every year.

An account of PM Modi’s busy 24 hour schedule

PM Modi was on a two-day visit to his home state on Sept 29 & 30. There, he laid the foundation stone of several projects and inaugurated a couple of them.

On Friday alone, Prime Minister had 7 programs lined up in a day. He completed all of them while got late for a public event in Rajasthan, for which he apologized before the people.

Prime Minister started the day by flagging off Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express train, India’s 3rd such train so far.

Then, he launched the first phase of Ahmedabad Metro rail and also took a ride on its maiden journey. Some commuters also got clicked with him.


Then, he addressed a public gathering in Ahmedabad. Addressing the crowd, PM Modi said cities will shape the destiny of India in coming years and make India a developed nation.

Then, PM Modi offered prayers at the famous Ambaji temple in Banaskantha district of Gujarat. At the temple, PM Modi was accompanied by Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel & Railway minister Ashwini Vaishnaw.
Before that, he also held a roadshow.


PM Modi also performed ‘maha aarti’ at the nearby Gabbar Tirth. A laser show was organised in which the image of Goddess Ambaji was projected on the Gabbar Hills. Gabbar Tirth is one of the prominent ‘shakti peethas’ revered by Hindus.

Before visiting the temple, the prime minister laid a foundation stone and dedicated various projects worth over Rs 7,200 crore in Ambaji.

PM Modi’s 7th and last event was a public meeting in Rajasthan’s Abu Road. He travelled from Gujarat to Rajasthan for addressing the rally but got late.


As the time crossed 10 PM, the Prime Minister apologised to people for the delay, thanked them for the love and promised to make a return soon. PM Modi didn’t speak on loudspeaker as it was past 10 PM and would have violated the rules, however he bowed down before the people, three times.

The very next day on Oct 1, PM Modi was at Delhi’s Pragati Maidan heralding a new era of 5G technology in the country.

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