Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Andaman and Nicobar today where he made some big announcements like the renaming of three islands, released a commemorative postal stamp and a coin and hoisted a 150-feet-high national flag at Port Blair to mark the 75th anniversary of freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose. Amid all these things, the one thing which caught all eye the balls were the prime minister's new look. He shared his 'new look' on official Instagram account with a caption - â€œA morning in scenic Port Blairâ€¦an early sunrise and traditional attire. Thinking about the brave heroes of our freedom struggle, who gave their lives for our freedom.â€
In the pics, shared by PM Modi, one can see him sporting a traditional mundu - mostly worn in South India - and a kurta with a customary white Uttariya (traditional scarf). Soon, the post went viral with people complimenting him for his latest look.Â
While being in Andaman and Nicobar, PM Modi announced setting up of a deemed university after Bose. He also said that his government was working to ensure that no corner in the country and its people are deprived of development. Earlier, Modi visited the Marina Park and hoisted a national flag on a 150-feet high mast. He also paid floral tribute at Netaji's statue in the park.