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Trek undertaken by PM on Man vs Wild show to be developed as ‘Modi trail’

PM Narendra Modi and Bear Grylls in a still from the Man vs Wild special episode

The Uttarakhand the travel industry office, with an end goal to pull in more vacationers, would build up the trekking course taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and traveler Bear Grylls as Modi Trail, said authorities of the travel industry division on Tuesday evening.

The trekking course in the well known national park was the one which was visited by PM Modi and Grylls during the shoot of Discovery station's mainstream TV show Man Vs Wild. The scene was broadcast on August 12.

"The trek where PM Modi and Grylls visited during the scene inside Jim Corbett National Park would be created as Modi Trail. The trekking course will be promoted as a different character in the popular national park," said Satpal Maharaj, clergyman of the travel industry, Uttarakhand while addressing mediapersons on it.

He included, "During the scene, PM Modi showed mental fortitude in the wild of the recreation center. The trekking course would help in pulling in more sightseers and untamed life lovers towards it."

"The guests of the recreation center would unquestionably be eager to visit the Modi Trail too. The move will make it increasingly prominent which is as of now world popular for its rich natural life, particularly the tigers."

Prior on Tuesday evening, boss priest Trivendra Singh Rawat additionally praised PM Modi for the Man Vs Wild scene shot in state's Jim Corbett National Park.

"The scene was seen by individuals of in excess of 150 nations. That implies they are presently mindful of the prominent park. It has helped in expanding its prevalence over the world," he said.

He further included, "Additionally, after this show, it would draw in more sightseers and guests towards it which thusly would help in creating work for the inhabitants of the region."

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