Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a roadshow in Maharashtra’s Nashik, where he offered prayers at Ramkund and performed pooja at Shree Kalaram Mandir. He is scheduled to inaugurate the National Youth Festival here.
During his roadshow, which started from Hotel Mirchi Chowk, PM Modi was accompanied by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, deputy CMs Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar and many BJP leaders.
Thousands of people thronged the roadshow route to welcome the PM. Various artists and special groups like the ones with the famous ‘Nashik Dhol’ and tribals held performances during the event.
The nearly 35-minute-long roadshow concluded at Sant Janardan Swami Maharaj Chowk after covering more than 2 kilometres.
After the roadshow, Modi reached Ramkund, located on the bank of Godavari river, where he was offered a traditional ‘pagdi’ (turban) by the Nashik Purohit Sangh president Satish Shukla.