Massive crowd flocks to the stall where PM Modi tasted ‘Litti-chokha’, Another shop shuts where Rahul Gandhi had food

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is always known for his hard work and honesty across the globe. His popularity always remains high as he works tirelessly for the betterment of the country. PM Modi has always been in the news for his historical decisions be it the abrogation of Article 370, the abolition of Triple Talaq, Ram Temple, the Citizenship Amendment Act, and many others. The list is endless. 

Millions of people get inspired by him. He always surprises people with his speech and leaves no stone unturned in making India proud. Wherever he goes, he leaves a great impression on the mind of people. PM Modi has made a place in the hearts of millions of people across the world. Due to his dedication to the country, he has achieved unthinkable feats. 

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a surprise visit to ‘Hunar Haat’ which was organised at the India Gate in New Delhi, where artisans and craftsmen come to the place from various parts of the country to showcase their art and wares. 

PM Modi is said to be there at ‘Hunar Haat’ for over 50 minutes and had a great interaction with artisans and relished ‘litti-chokha’ and ‘kulhad’ tea. There was a massive crowd at the stall when Mr. Modi was eating ‘litti-chokha’, a dough ball made of whole wheat flour and stuffed with ‘sattu’, and paid Rs 120 for it. 

At first, PM Modi had a meeting of the Union Cabinet and then he decided to witness ‘Hunar Hatt’. Officials of the ministry were also surprised when they came to know about the prime minister’s visit.

The prime minister, along with Naqvi, roamed around the ‘Hunar Haat’ and stopped at several stalls to interact with master craftsmen and artisans. “Spent a wonderful afternoon at Hunar Haat on India Gate. It showcases the best of products including handicrafts, carpets, textiles and of course, delicious food! Do visit it,” PM Modi tweeted.

making people surprised, PM Modi also played a traditional musical instrument at a stall. Modi uploaded several photographs on twitter from his visit to the Hunar Haat in which he is seen interacting with the artisans and appreciating the traditional handicrafts at various stalls. PM Modi as well as Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi were later served tea in ‘kulhad’ for which he paid Rs 40 for two cups.

PM Modi also shared photos of him eating and interacting with the stall owners:

A large number of people gathered there when they came to know that the prime minister was visiting the event. Several people were seen taking selfies with Modi. Master artisans, craftsmen, and culinary experts were excited to see PM Modi.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.