PM Narendra Modi is someone who loves to be surrounded by nature (that’s why he must do something about flawed EIA draft). Over the years, we have seen him speaking about nature preservation when he was with Bear Grylls and in many of his speeches at national and international level.
Adding to the same, the PM recently posted a video that shows the special bond he shares with the peacocks at his residence. The video has him spending time with peacocks at his residence at Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi.
Modi also posted a Hindi poem, ‘An ode to nature’, with the video. He first put the video on his Instagram account and shared it on Twitter later.
As the video was shared, people took over social media to either slam Modi (as if he doesn’t have a life) or praise him for his gesture.
#MODIJI_POSTPONEJEENEET— Punam (@Punam69135093) August 24, 2020
At his residence he plays with peacock and at office he plays with our life
For people accusing the PM of violating Schedule(1) of the Wildlife Protection Act 1972, that bars anyone from petting a peacock, they must also be aware that PM’s residence in no less than heaven on earth with gardens and nature flourishing at all corners. Thus, there are chances that these peacocks voluntarily visit the residence and stay there for the affection they enjoy.