Man vs Wild: PM Modi will be seen in a different style on Discovery in 180 countries today

The wait to see PM Narendra Modi is over with ‘Man vs Wild’ fame Bare Grylls, who is known as an example of living. At 9 pm on Monday night, PM Modi will be seen in Discovery’s ‘Man Verses Wild’ along with Bear Grylls in the dangerous jungle of Corbett Park. The episode was shot in Corbett in February. During the shooting, PM Narendra Modi got to know every aspect of the forest, while also interacting with the officials and staff of the forest. The people of Ramnagar also have great enthusiasm, as they will now be seen in 180 countries through the popular Corbett National Park Discovery.

PM Modi shooting for discovery at Corbett Park was highly confidential. PM Modi started the journey of Corbett from Kalagarh range. It took two hours for the PM to cover the twenty kilometer journey from Kalagarh to Dhikala. On that day, the waves of the Ramganga river were blowing by the strong wind and rain. In such a situation, forest workers themselves shy away from boating in Ramganga. Despite this, PM Modi continued the journey regardless of the rising waves. After arriving at Dhikala, PM shot for the Discovery Channel with Bayer Grylls.

During the shoot at Ramganga River along Dhikala Chaur, Savar Road, Gathia Rau, Khinanouli, PM Modi closely observed the park’s biodiversity. Seeing the rugged forests found from Kalagarh to Dhikala, the Prime Minister inquired in detail about the patrolling of forest personnel and protection of wildlife.

PM Modi photographed the children of CTR director Rahul and also asked many questions. The director’s daughter Shreya and son Harsh asked the question as to who among you two fights the most and who is smart in studies. What do you aspire to be when you grow up. Daughter Shreya said that I want to be PM like you, then PM replied that I have to wait a long time to see you become PM. Modi also got to know Sneha, the director’s wife.

After shooting the Discovery Channel, PM Modi had a meeting with officials in Khinnauli. In the meeting, he instructed the officials not to take any kind of protection in the protection of wildlife. Apart from this, he was asked to do research on human and wildlife conflicts and got every little information about the park. After a meeting in Khinanauli, PM Modi took a group photo with the officials and employees of the forest department. The PM made every forest worker happy by taking a group photo.

Wildlife related films have been screened to tourists visiting Corbett Park for the night. Now along with those films, ‘Man vs Wild’ show will also be shown in Corbett Park. Through this show, tourists will be able to know where and when PM Modi came to Corbett National Park and shot wildlife.

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