Prime Minister Narendra Modi is out of the country again and this time is touring multiple nations in Africa. He's presently in South Africa and apart from praising the South African president, he also took a ride to Pietermaritzburg from Pentrich in a train resembling the one that a certain Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi took in 1893.
So he had thoughtful videos and black and white photos like:
When injustice birthed an unconquerable soul. PM travels alongs the tracks of the Mahatma to Pietermaritzburg pic.twitter.com/SLIe47S74s— Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) July 9, 2016
Remembering a memorable journey of the great Mahatma, which altered the course of human history. pic.twitter.com/elEmbOtqQp— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 9, 2016
Pietermaritzburg even trended on Twitter thanks to all the tweets regarding the Prime Minister's journey.
But can the PM really do anything without attracting trolls? The answer is: No.
Typical Tourist on a train to Pietermaritzburg pic.twitter.com/LrujyIigjC— Shuvankar Mukherjee (@shuvankr) July 9, 2016
PM relives Mahatma Gandhi's train journey to Pietermaritzburg pic.twitter.com/gmEd1XhliR— Rampage (@Googleram) July 9, 2016
One wondered where everyone else vanished in this photo:
This man, as usual, had an interesting observation:
Modi visits Pietermaritzburg station. Where Gandhi discovered that reservation doesn't always work.— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) July 9, 2016
And AIB brought up this: