Live: India’s Youth Blessed With ‘Can Do’ Spirit Says Prime Minister In Mann Ki Baat
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation through his monthly radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday. This is the latest ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address of the year 2020.
See PM Modi’s address live:
In the previous edition of the monthly radio show, PM Modi emphasized a strong, vibrant and active alumni network, and urged educational institutions to adopt innovative methods and develop creative platforms for alumni engagement.
The Prime Minister said that a strong, vibrant and active alumni network is needed, not just in the big colleges and universities, but also in the schools of our villages.
Here are the live updates from PM Modi’s address:
• The key to learning is to be curious.
• We remember the noble teachings of the holy Gita. One of the things the holy Gita teaches us is to keep learning.
• In May this year, Kashmir saffron received the GI label or geographical indication label. Through this, we want to make Kashmir saffron a globally popular brand.
• The youth of India have been blessed with the “I can do” spirit and the “I will” approach.
• Not only leopards have increased, but also the population of tigers, lions and the country’s forest cover. It is not due to government efforts, but various people and organizations are working for the conservation of all these things. All of them deserve our recognition.
• Now I am going to share a news that will make you feel proud: India has seen a 60% increase in the leopard population, from 2014 to 2018
• We pay tribute to the brave Chaar Sahibzaade, we remember Mata Gujri, we remember the greatness of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
• We remain indebted to these greats for their sacrifices and spirit of compassion.
• We make a New Year’s resolution every year, this time, we should do it for our country. We should think of zero effect, zero defect.
• Vocal for Local resonates in every home today. And manufacturers should come forward, with the commitment that quality will not be compromised.
• There were challenges, but we learned new lessons. We saw the spirit of Aatmanirbhar Bharat in 2020.
• In all the messages I have received, there is a common thread: people have appreciated the collective power and unity of the country.
• 2021 will start after four days. This is the last Mann Ki Baat of 2020.
• Many messages I received have struggles from last year and New Years resolution