Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday inaugurated Nandan Van Zoo and tiger safari in Naya Raipur, on the sidelines of his visit to Chhattisgarh on its 16th Foundation Day.
While strolling around the zoo, he clicked photographs of a tiger and shared them on Twitter
. Clearly, it was a rare occasion to see PM Modi on the other side of the lens.
Twitter was quick to pick up the photos and create memes out of them.
Take a look at some of the hilarious responses:
After stealing Nehru's jacket, PM Narendra Modi trying to copy his lifestyle now by clicking picture of Nehru's pet tiger. (2016) pic.twitter.com/mDLbjxARcI— History of India (@RealHistoryPic) November 1, 2016
Tiger: "Andar aao...Phir dekte hai kaun kiska photo kheenchta hai" .. pic.twitter.com/mRbBk7qL6e— MediaCrooks (@mediacrooks) November 1, 2016
Sarcasm. We hope?
More than 70 tigers have died, since Modi came to power. Photo of the Prime Minister clicking photo of a tiger says a lot. pic.twitter.com/zLNg3eirSH— रचित सेठ (@rachitseth) November 1, 2016
Sorry for being a spoilsport, but its a parody.
Modi is training and convincing that Tiger to kill me.. pic.twitter.com/ucXls5OLU2— Arvind KejriwaI (@ArvindkejriiwaI) November 1, 2016
And there were some who likened Modi with a tiger.
Lion from Gujarat meets tiger in a Raipur zoo. Sounds like a Bollywood script?
Politics over tiger.
BJP mocking the SS in Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/g8PkWF5KtP— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) November 1, 2016
Watch the video here :