Mangaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed at Mangalore International Airport, here on May 8, to take part in campaigning at Manjeshwar, Kerala.
At the Mangalore International Airport, deputy commissioner A B Ibrahim and police commissioner Chandra Sekhar officially welcomed the prime minister.
Modi arrived at MIA via an Indian Air Force special flight at 9.45 am and later proceeded to Kasaragod by helicopter for the election campaign.
After campaigning, Modi returned to Delhi on the same flight.
Former district minister in-charge Krishna J Palemar, Nagaraj Shetty, former MLA Yogish Bhat, Ganesh Rao deputy mayor Sumithra and others were also present. Neither the district minister in-charge nor any other Congress leaders were present at the airport to welcome Modi.