PM Modi and PM Malcolm Turnbull's day out in New Delhi: Metro ride, selfie, trip to Akshardham

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull took a Metro ride today in New Delhi.

Visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today accompanied Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a metro ride in the national capital.

The two heads of state arrived at the Mandi House metro station today afternoon and, after greeting the people at the station, proceeded to a board a Metro to the Akshardham Temple.

Chants of 'Modi, Modi' were heard at the metro station when the two leaders reached Mandi House, news agency ANI reported.

PM Modi tweeted a photo of the two leaders taking a selfie, saying, "On board the Delhi Metro with PM @TurnbullMalcolm. We are heading to the Akshardham Temple", while Turnbull posted the duo's selfie.

With @narendramodi on the Delhi Metro Blue Line - 212 kms & 159 stations since 2002 pic.twitter.com/O4Zr2695Sg

- Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) April 10, 2017

The two held a bilateral meet earlier in the day, inking six Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) including one aimed at strengthening counter-terrorism cooperation.

"We reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral relations; number of forward-looking decisions taken to further strengthen our partnership," said Prime Minister Modi said in a joint statement.

"We will continue to ensure that we provide outstanding opportunities for Indian students," PM Turnbull added.