Bhopal, Nov 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal today for about 4 hours where he received a grand welcome.

The event took place on Monday as PM Modi visited Madhya Pradesh’s capital to inaugurate the newly renovated Rani Kamlapati Railway Station. He also addressed the tribal community on the birth anniversary of the tribal freedom fighter Birsa Munda and announced that the centre will celebrate the day as, “Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas”.

Rani Kamlapati Railway Station:

While inaugurating India’s first ISO certified railway station, which is also the first station working on the Public-Private Partnership model, he said, “Today the country’s first ISO certified as Rani Kamalapati Railway Station has been inaugurated. The country’s first PPP model based railway station has been dedicated to the nation. The facilities which were once available in the airport are now available in the railway station.”

Muslim women thank PM Modi in Bhopal for abolishing Triple Talaq:

A huge mob of Muslim women gathered on the streets of Bhopal to hail the incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi for noting their woes & eliminating the Triple Talaq.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Madhya Pradesh on Monday captured some delightful moments as a huge crowd of women donning Burka queued up on the roads to cheer for the Prime Minister’s convoy.

The huge mob of Muslim women had gathered on the streets of Bhopal to hail the incumbent Prime Minister for acknowledging their oppression and understanding their woes. They expressed their gratitude towards PM Modi for abolishing the Triple Talaq.