PM Modi said our “Janata Curfew” became an inspiration for the entire world as we showed our love and respect for corona-warriors.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on his radio programme Mann ki baat today.
PM Modi had invited views and suggestions from people to share their inspiring life journeys for this year’s third Mann Ki Baat session.
The Prime Minister had asked students, who are about to face their annual exams, to become a warrior and not a worrier and asked students to appear for exams with confidence.
In the January edition of the broadcast, Prime Minister Modi had appealed the nation to write about freedom fighters and stories of their struggle to mark the country’s 75th Independence Day this year.
Here are the highlights of PM Modi’s Mann ki Baat:
- It is the 75th episode of Mann K Baat, very happy and glad that we have been attached with each other through this broadcast. We have spoken about all segments– education, toy-making, tecnology, culture and traditions.
- People are sharing their experiences and pictures of Amrut Mahotsav. I request you all to please share stories related to the festival and help the nation achieve new heights
- We should strive for new resolutions and new goals
- Last year in March, we heard about “Janata Curfew”. It became an inspiration for the entire world as it was an extraordinary example of discipline. We showed our love and respect for corona-warriors.
- We were striving hard to get corona vaccine and today we are conducting the biggest vaccine programme in the world.
- Happy to see people get vaccine doses from across the country. One person from Kerala has named the drive as “Vaccine Sewa”
- Mitali Raj has inspired many women and men in the world. I congratulater her for scoring 10,000 runs in women’s cricket. PV Sindhu won Silver medal recently
- I am happy that daughters are creating a niche for themselves in sports and other segments in life.
- Chennai light house has an elevator and the only lighthouse in the country situated within the state.
- Lighthouses are integral for promoting tourism and India has 71 light houses
- It is the 10th year of Tsunami that struck Japan. In 2004, India was hit by Tsunami and we lost 14 lighthouse keepers. I pay my respects and tribute to them.
- We are known for manufacturing bee wax and I want farmers to join Bee-farming
- We recently observed “World Sparrow Day”. As summers are approaching, we shuould strive hard to save sparrows as well as other birds and animals
- Creating wealth from waste: Students are using waste to make toys that are eco-friendly and safe for children