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3 September, 2019 10:13:00 AM
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Modi sold tea at Gujarat's Vadnagar stall now to be tourist spot

Independent Online Desk
Modi sold tea at Gujarat's Vadnagar stall now to be tourist spot
The tea stall where once Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi used to sell tea will soon be converted into a tourist spot. Photo: Courtesy

Want to know how a simple tea seller became the Prime Minister of India and made a home for himself in the hearts of Indian people that he became the Prime Minister not just once, but twice?

Do you wish to know, where this all started? Well, the good news is, now you can. The tea stall, where our now Prime Minister, Narendra Modi used to sell tea is going to be turned into a tourist spot, reports INDIA TODAY.

The Ministry of Tourism plans to convert the tea stall situated in Vadnagar, Gujarat where Narendra Modi used to sell tea during his childhood into a tourist spot.

Bharatiya Janata Party minister, Prahlad Singh Patel, also the Minister of State for Culture and Tourism took a tour of the spot recently. While on tour he came to a decision, that they will maintain the essence and of the tea stall after converting it into a tourist spot.

For that, they came to a decision to protect the stall with a glass cover. Also, there are no plans to change the form or the condition of the tea stall.

BK

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