60 students were present at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to witness the epic moment when Chandrayaan 2’s soft landing on the surface of the moon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also there in support of the mission and the operating team.
PM Modi was interacting with the student when one of the students cheerfully asked him for tips to become a President. To the boy’s question, PM Modi gave a very sweet answer.
The boy asked him, “My aim is to become President of India so what steps I should follow?”
PM Modi pleasantly replied, “Why President? Why not Prime Minister?”
#WATCH Bengaluru: "Why President? Why not Prime Minister?", says PM Modi when a student, selected through ISRO's 'Space Quiz' competition to watch the landing of Vikram Lander along with him, asks him, ''My aim is to become the President of India. What steps should I follow?'' pic.twitter.com/rhSlY1tMc4
— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2019
Modi also encouraged the students to aim big in life. He told them to divide targets into small parts and the work hard to achieve these small goals. The PM advised them never to hold any regret. Forget about what you missed and never let disappointment enter in the way.