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PM Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ address: Key points

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’. Here is a look at the key points from his address —History of stories is as ancient as the human civilization itself. ‘Where there is a soul, there is a story’…. In India, there has been a rich tradition of storytelling. We’re proud to be denizens of land that nurtured tradition of Hitopadesha & Panch Tantra. The Corona crisis period has served in fostering bonding among family members, bringing them even closer. Farmers are playing a major role in the efforts to build an Aatmanirbhar Bharat. I urge all storytellers to include all inspirational stories from the period of foreign rule as we are going to celebrate 75 years of independence. Especially between 1857 & 1947. We can introduce our new generation to them in form of stories. During Corona time-period, I would once again remind you — always wear a mask, do not venture out without a face shield. ‘Do Gaz Ki doori’ will protect you and your family. We shouldn’t forget ‘Jab tak dawai nahi tab tak koi dhilai nahi’. Had we followed Mahatma Gandhi’s economic philosophy, ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ campaign would not have been needed today. In recent times, these sectors have freed themselves from many shackles. Attempts were made to bust many myths. Farmers tell me how new dimensions are being added to agriculture, how farming is changing. I want to share here what they have shared with me. Four years ago, around this time, the world witnessed the courage, bravery and valour of our soldiers during surgical strike. Our brave soldiers had just one mission and goal—to protect the glory and honour of mother India at any cost. Earlier on September 14, Prime Minister Modi had invited suggestions from the people, for the 69th edition of the programme, through the Namo App, @mygovindia or by dialing 1800-11-7800. In his earlier address on August 30, the Prime Minister had said that the month of September would be observed as ‘Nutrition Month’. He had also given the call to ‘team up for toys’, aimed at making India a hub for toy production. The Prime Minister had also lauded the Indian farmers for higher crop production amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. ‘Mann ki Baat’ is a radio programme, aired on All India Radio on the last Sunday of every month, through which the Prime Minister interacts with the nation.
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