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PM Modi got upset after seeing the satellite image of Gujarat, said this by sharing the photo


While sharing the pictures on Twitter, the Prime Minister asked, have you seen the breathtaking pictures? The Prime Minister said that I am sharing some beautiful pictures of Gujarat, which have been clicked by EOS-06.

PM Modi got upset after seeing the satellite image of Gujarat, said this by sharing the photo

Gujarat Satellite Image

Image Credit source: @narendramodi

Prime minister Narendra Modi from his social media handle Gujarat Shared four pictures related to. ISRO has clicked these pictures with the help of satellite EOS-06. This satellite was launched last week. Sharing the pictures on Twitter, the Prime Minister asked, have you seen these breathtaking pictures? The Prime Minister said that he is sharing some beautiful pictures of Gujarat which have been captured by satellite. EOS-06 has clicked.

The Prime Minister wrote on Twitter, “Have you seen the breathtaking pictures clicked from the recently launched EOS-06 satellite? Sharing some beautiful pictures of Gujarat. These advancements in the world of space technology will help us in better forecasting of cyclones and also boost our coastal economy.” The Prime Minister shared four pictures, in which the satellite image of Gujarat has been shown. Gujarat has a coastal length of 1,214 km, with 16 coastal districts, with a large marine-based ecosystem.

6 percent less voting in the first phase

The recently launched satellite EOS-06 by ISRO was launched from the Satish Chandra Space Center on 26 November along with 8 nano satellites. This satellite is the third-generation satellite of the Oceansat series. With the help of EOS-6, sea color data, sea surface temperature and wind data will be obtained. Voting for the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections has been done on December 1, where voting has been done on 89 seats. However, the voting turnout was 6 percent less as compared to the last election. The second phase of the state assembly elections will be held on December 5, where voting will be held on 93 seats. The special thing is that BJP has power in Gujarat since 1995 and this election is very important for BJP.

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