On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared on popular adventure TV Show “Man Vs Wild” has sparked a variety of reactions. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has congratulated the Prime Minister and praised the episode on social media sites.
Mr. Shah tweets, “Today on #ManVsWild with @BearGrylls and PM @narendramodi, the world got to see a completely unexplored aspect of India. It was a proud moment to see PM Modi share our civilisational values on environment conservation, coexistence & protecting our rich wild life with the world (sic).”
The Discovery Channel claims that this special episode was shot in Uttarakhand’s Jim Corbett National Park, which was a “frank and freewheeling journey” that will highlight wildlife conservation.
Bear Grylls has also hosted this popular TV Show, a special episode with former United States President Barack Obama in the wilderness of Alaska, addresses challenges of surviving in the wildlife with PM Modi in the show, which has been broadly publicised before its broadcast.
The Indian Prime Minister’s message on using the popular show to spread awareness on environmental conservation and climate change comes at a period when the country have raised concerns over rising global temperatures.
Abnormal heat waves have been detected across the continents, from the nearly colder northern regions of Europe to North America. Ice sheets have also been melting at an alert rates in Greenland.
Scientists across the world have indicated that there is a connection between climate change and rising flood rates, which have created huge trouble for most of the states in this monsoon season in India.