Narendra Modi’s encounter with tiger at ‘The Jungle Safari’

Photo of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited 'The Jungle Safari' in Raipur.

Raipur (Chhattisgarh): India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently had encounter with tiger while trying his hand at wildlife photography when he visited the Nandan Van Jungle Safari in Chhattisgarh.

The PM can easily seen looking into the camera and leaning close for a shot, with a tiger staring into the lens in the images which got on social media.

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Modi was given a tour by Chief Minister Raman Singh, who has been promoting Naya Raipur as a new hub for investments and projects.

PM Modi tweeted these snaps later on his twitter account with caption, “I see great scope for tourism in Chhattisgarh.”

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He wrote, “On a day like this, we remember the work of our beloved Atal (Behari Vajpayee) Ji. He was the one who made Chhattisgarh.”

He described the jungle safari Raman Singh’s “pet project” which is spread over 800 acres of land.

One can see bears, lions, deer, chimpanzees and a variety of other animals, beside tigers in ‘The Jungle Safari.

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