PM Modi relives the past with coffee stop


Modi, who was present at the oath-taking ceremony in Shimla, took to Twitter to congratulate chief minister Jai Ram Thakur and his council of ministers. During this, the PM continued to drink coffee and people were competing with them for a selfie with Prime Minister of the country.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kumar said on Wednesday that "NAMO" (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) is the "new Santa" for "new India" who brings good news for the people.

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Modi spent more than 10 minutes outside the Coffee House and enjoyed a cup of coffee. As he was on his way to the airstrip, Modi's cavalcade stopped outside the popular cafe Indian Coffee House on The Mall.

Modi often used to spend time at this coffee shop several years ago, when he was in the state for party-related work.

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PM Modi at Shimla's Indian Coffee House.

Modiji only sipped the coffee, while the public jostled to take his photographs and some clicked selfies with him. You would be surprised to know that Prime Minister also said In those days he did not pay for coffee from his pocket.

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PM Modi was in Shimla for the swearing-in of new Himachal Pradesh CM Jairam Thakur, along with BJP chief Amit Shah and others. "The coffee tastes as good as it did two decades ago, when I would frequent Himachal for party work", the PM later tweeted and put up some photos. His journalist friends used to foot the bill.