Narendra Modi receives the Seoul Peace Prize on Friday, February 22, 2019.

Shame on you, anti-nationals!

How can you question the PM's sense of grief since February 14? Almost every single day since then, he has been wearing black

By The Telegraph
  • Published 23.02.19, 9:57 AM
  • Updated 23.02.19, 10:11 AM
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February 15: Flagging off Vande Bharat Express from New Delhi railway station.
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February 16: In Maharashtra for the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, marked by black-printed scarf.
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February 17: At Begusarai in Bihar, where Modi said “the fire that rages in your heart, burns in mine too”.
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February 18: Waiting for the Argentinian President. No pronounced black but a shade of sober grey.
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February 19: Welcoming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Don’t miss the black checked jacket.
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February 20: Guffawing with the crown prince, in appropriate black.
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February 21: Reaches South Korea, all dark with a dash of saffron.
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February 22: In Seoul, South Korea.
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February 22: ….and the colour changes to black when it is time to take off for India. On touchdown, it was blue.
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