The cave in Kedarnath, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi meditated, was WiFi and telephone-enabled, according to a report. It also had an adjoining toilet with basic facilities, the report added. PM Modi emerged from the cave on Sunday after meditating overnight. After offering morning prayers at the Kedarnath temple, the PM will head towards the Badrinath shrine.
After offering morning prayers at the Kedarnath temple, Modi addressed the media, stating that he was “privileged to meditate in the cave.”
“I am very privileged to spend the night in the cave. I had no means of communicating with the outside world. I’ve asked for nothing from God.”
Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Sunday wrote to the Election Commission saying that the wide-scale coverage of PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Uttarakhand’s Kedarnath violates Model Code of Conduct. The complaint said that even though election campaigning is over, his visit is being publicised with “ulterior motive to influence voters”. Campaigning for last phase of polls got over on May 17.