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PM Narendra Modi Turned Photographer For A Tiger, Twitter Had A Field Day

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First published: November 2, 2016, 4:02 PM IST | Updated: November 2, 2016
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PM Narendra Modi Turned Photographer For A Tiger, Twitter Had A Field Day
(Photo: Twitter/Narendra Modi)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday inaugurated the Nandanvan Zoo during his visit to Naya Raipur to mark Chhattisgarh's 16th foundation day.

Well, the event would have come and gone unnoticed had PM Modi not decided to turn photographer that day.

It is no secret that our beloved Prime Minister has a liking for selfies and on most occassions we have seen him pay attention to being infront of the cameras more than any other politician or celebrity. But this time PM Narendra Modi turned a photographer to experience what it is like to be on the other side of the lens.

So, while taking a tour of the Nandanvan Zoo, PM Modi who was accompanied by CM Raman Singh, decided to click images of the majestic tiger, who was of course caged.

Several images of PM Modi photographing the tiger were shared on the verified Twitter page of the Prime Minister with the caption, 'One for the camera….at the Nandan Van Jungle Safari in Naya Raipur'.

In fact, ANI news even shared a video of Modiji's camera expedition.

As soon as social media users noticed the photographs, there was no stopping them.

There were mixed reactions from social media users. They lauded as well as mocked Modiji's efforts and enthusiasm to photograph the tiger.

Here are some memes, hilarious one-liners and jokes that social media users came up with after they saw the image of the PM on social media platforms.

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