New Delhi: Visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today accompanied Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a metro ride in the national capital.
The two heads of state arrived at the Mandi House metro station today afternoon and, after greeting the people at the station, proceeded to a board a Metro to the Akshardham Temple.
Chants of ‘Modi, Modi’ were heard at the metro station when the two leaders reached Mandi House, news agency ANI reported.
PM Modi tweeted a photo of the two leaders taking a selfie, saying, “On board the Delhi Metro with PM @TurnbullMalcolm. We are heading to the Akshardham Temple”, while Turnbull posted the duo’s selfie.
At the Akshardam Temple, Turnbull and Modi were greeted with garlands and were taken on a tour of the iconic Hindu mandir complex. The two leaders first toured the temple on foot and then in a golf cart.
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