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Chief Ministers hail ISRO for its efforts

New Delhi: Chief Ministers from all throughout the nation on Saturday hailed the Indian House Analysis Organisation’s (ISRO) stride in direction of the Moon.

Their reactions got here after communication between India’s moon lander Vikram and the orbiter bought snapped in a final minute snag with the previous simply 2.1 km away from its designated touchdown spot on the Moon’s South Pole early on Saturday.

Asserting the lack of the communication hyperlink, ISRO Chairman Ok. Sivan mentioned that the efficiency of the lander was as per the plan until it was at an altitude of two.1 km from the Moon’s floor.

However regardless of the setback, the Chief Ministers hailed the laborious work and efforts put in by the area company and its scientists.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took to Twitter, saying that ISRO’s “work will not go in vain.” He added that it could encourage many and “lay the foundation for many more path-breaking space projects and make India a leader in space science.”

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar additionally took to the micro-blogging website, saying there have been no failures, however solely non permanent roadblocks.

Whereas Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “leadership and the way he ignited courage, hope and motivation among the scientists and gave the mantra of “never give up and keep marching ahead”, his Goa counterpart Pramod Sawant mentioned the scientists had been “among the few special ones in the world who possessed the expertise and capabilities to undertake space missions of such great magnitude.”

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy mentioned {that a} “minor setback in the last stanza is a stepping stone for success.”

Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa took to Twitter to hail the ISRO for “having dared to land at South Pole of the Moon where no one else has ever attempted,” including that this was “just a success postponed.”

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan mentioned that he was sure that the ISRO scientists would overcome this “small setback.”

Whereas Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal mentioned in a tweet that there was no have to lose hope as “our scientists have done a great job,” his Punjab counterpart Amarinder Singh expressed hope for the revival of communication with the lander.

Trinamool Congress supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee referred to as the Chandrayaan-2 “a befitting tribute to our founding fathers who envisioned India’s place in the league of scientifically advanced nations far ahead of their times.”

“A testimony to the scientific temper they ingrained in us, and their unmatched caliber and dedication,” she added.

Chief Ministers Jai Ram Thakur (Himachal Pradesh), Kamal Nath (Madhya Pradesh) and Raghubar Das (Jharkhand) additionally took to Twitter to congratulate the ISRO for its efforts.

Whereas Thakur retweeted a video of Modi’s deal with to the nation on Saturday morning, Das mentioned the Prime Minister “stood like a rock despite the setback.” Nath mentioned the “hard work and efforts will not go waste”.

Chief Ministers Sarbananda Sonowal (Assam), Conrad Sangma (Meghalaya), Pema Khandu (Arunachal Pradesh), N. Biren Singh (Manipur) and Biplab Kumar Deb (Tripura) additionally expressed their gratitude to the Indian area company on Twitter.

Deb in his tweet additionally talked about Subrata Chakraborty, a key engineer within the Chandrayaan-2 mission who hails from Tripura.

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