Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday morning addressed the nation at 8 am from ISRO control station in the backdrop of Vikram’s lander. PM Modi also interacted with a group of schools students from across the country, who were selected in ISRO’s space quiz competition.
During the interaction, PM Modi encountered with a question asked by a student that how to become a President of India.
In an attempt to reply student’s curiosity PM Modi said why he doesn’t want to become Prime Minister instead.
#WATCH Bengaluru: "Why President? Why not Prime Minister?", says PM Modi when a student, selected through ISRO's 'Space Quiz' competition to watch the landing of Vikram Lander along with him, asks him, ''My aim is to become the President of India. What steps should I follow?'' pic.twitter.com/rhSlY1tMc4— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2019
The boy who got selected through ISRO’ space quiz competition to watch the Vikram’s landing along with PM Modi asked, “My aim is to become President of India so what steps I should follow.”
"Why President? Why not Prime Minister?" replied the Prime Minister.
After the setback of ISRO’s second lunar mission, Modi walked up to the students and motivated them not to be disappointed when failures come in life.
He also told students that “aim big in life and divide targets into small parts. Go to achieving these small goals. Forget about what you missed and never let disappointment enter in the way.”
On Friday night, when ISRO lost its communication with Vikram lander then, ISRO chief K Sivan made the grim announcement that “Vikram lander descend was normal and as planned till 2.1 km. Subsequently, communication with Vikram lander was lost. Data is being analyzed.”