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PM Modi's 10th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat': As it happened

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation through his monthly radio programme, Mann ki Baat.


PM Modi's 10th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat': As it happened

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through his monthly radio programme, Mann ki Baat. Here are the LIVE updates:

  • PM Modi concludes his 10th edition of 'Mann ki Baat'.
  • The campaign says a brother who builds toilet as a 'Rakshabandhan gift' for his sister is best, I congratulate government officials for this effort: PM
  • Govt officials of Harda (MP) have initiated an unique campaign 'Brother No.1': PM Narendra Modi.

Also Read: PM Modi lauds 'Brother Number One' campaign in MP

  • People of Kesla village of Chhattisgarh constructed toilets for each family of the village, making the village open defecation free, says PM Modi.
  • I share with you inspiring stories from different parts of the country as they give me immense happiness.
  • It's a classic example of how one's job can be made more lively: PM Narendra Modi.
  • Came to know about a railway employee recently, who also paints scenes related to railways: PM Modi.
  • I always say 'Karmachaari' (employee) should become ‘Karma Yogi’: PM Narendra Modi.
  • I consider this as good idea, if people of nation will send me suggestions from 15thAugust speech, confident I will receive many suggestions: PM Modi.
  • Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invites suggestions from the people on what he should speak this Independence Day. 
  • Govt will soon unveil a road safety policy and cashless treatment for victims of road accidents in select cities and national highways, says PM.

Also Read: PM Narendra Modi calls for road safety in 'Man ki Baat'

  • One is shocked to see the statistics of road accidents in the country. A person dies every four minutes in an accident: PM Modi.
  • Apart from the govt, it is also the duty of families to inform the youngsters about importance of road safety rules, says PM Modi.
  • Science and technology is the DNA of development, says PM, expressing concern over declining interest among the youth in the subject.
  • On 26th July we launched My Gov: PM Narendra Modi on Mann Ki Baat.
  • I salute all brave soldiers who lost their lives in Kargil war,for their sacrifice and valour,on the ocassion of Kargil Vijay Diwas: PM Modi.

Also Read: PM Modi remembers Kargil heroes in 10th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat'

  • PM Narendra Modi addresses his 10th edition of 'MannKiBaat, pays tribute to Kargil war martyrs
  • The produce of pulses & oil seeds increased by 50% & 33% respectively, this is a matter of great joy: PM Narendra Modi.
  • We've seen a good start of monsoon this year, this will definitely help our farmers to grow Kharif crops.

Earlier story:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 10th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat' programme will be aired on All India Radio on Sunday 11 am.

On his personal Twitter account, PM Narendra Modi, today morning confirmed the same.

To share your thoughts you can log on to this particular website: https://mygov.in/group-issue/inputs-prime-ministers-mann-ki-baat-26th-ju...

The PM will pick out the discussion topics from among the ideas shared by the people.

In 'Mann Ki Baat', Prime Minister Modi shares his thoughts with the nation. The programme aims to deliver the Prime Minister's voice to the general masses of the country since television connection is still not available everywhere, especially in the rural regions of remote locations.

Earlier, PM Modi has addressed farmers, students and teachers and spoken on a number of themes in his previous 'Mann Ki Baat' programmes. He has also held a joint 'Mann Ki Baat' with US President Barack Obama during the latter's visit to India earlier this year.

 

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