The appearance on famous adventure TV series 'Man vs Wild' show by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday triggered a variety of responses. Union Home Minister and BJP Chief Amit Shah commended the Twitter episode with the Prime Minister's friendly support.
He twitted that today, with @BearGrylls and PM @narendramodi on # ManVsWild, the world received to see a totally unexplored Indian aspect. It was a proud time to see PM Modi share with the globe our civilizational principles of environmental preservation, coexistence and protection of our wealthy wildlife.
The Man vs Wild episode features Prime Minister Narendra Modi. British presenter Bear Grylls is hosting this episode. It will be aired at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel in India. Discovery Channel said the unique show was filmed in Uttarakhand's Jim Corbett National Park and it was a "free and uninhibited trip" that would shed light on the conservation of wildlife.
Bear Grylls, had also hosted a show in the wilderness of Alaska with former US President Barack Obama. He addressed the difficulties of surviving in the wilderness with PM Modi in the show that was commonly publicized prior to its broadcast.
At a moment when countries have raised fears about increasing global temperatures, PM Modi's message about using the program to spread knowledge about environmental conservation and climate change emerge.
Scientists have also pointed out that there is a connection between climate change and increasing flood incidences that have struck this monsoon in many countries in India.