From surgical strikes at Uri in 2017, airstrikes in 2019 in the Balakot region of Pakistan occupied Kashmir, abolishing triple talk and Article 370 later in this year Modi government has proved that they are more than savage.
PM Narendra Modi has also made a mark by stepping out his office and wanted to get the awareness in the people about the protection of wildlife and took the responsibilities on his shoulders and became the ambassador of wildlife tourism India.
For this venture, he shot an episode with Bear Grylls; the ex SAS soldier turned survivalist who is known for his hosting “Man vs. Wild” show on the channel Discovery.
Bear Grylls also shot an episode with the former president of the United States, Barack Obama on the cause of global warming.
PM Modi became the second leader after Obama to have done so. They chose the famous wildlife park and Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park, where the prime minister talked about the culture of India and had some excellent time with Bear Grylls also.
The exciting line which caught most of the eyes when the promo video of 4 minutes was released was “Zinda rehne keliye kisiko Marna, mere Sankar Nahi hai” which translates to “I don’t need to kill a living being for my survival. It is way out my religious practices.”