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PM Modi Addresses the Nation through ‘Mann ki Baat’, the Final Episode of this Year


Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country through Mann ki Baat the 60th episode of his monthly radio programme and the end of 2019. During this time Modi spoke about a wide range of subjects, including the aspiration’s of India’s youth to attendance of parliamentarians in both the Houses.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that today’s generation is very fast-paced. This generation thinks of something new and something different. He said that one thing is certain in the coming decade young India will play an important role in nation building.

Referring to Swami Vivekananda the ideal of youth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that “Swami Vivekananda used to say that the value of youth cannot be judged. This is the most valuable period of life. Your life depends on how you use your youth and 50th anniversary of the Vivekananda Rock memorial is approaching. The President had visited the Vivekananda rock in Kanyakumari recently and I urge youngsters to visit this rock. We study in different colleges, universities and schools, but after studying Alumni meet is a very good opportunity. On this occasion, all the youth are lost in old memories, it is a different joy.”

Referring to the new year, he said, “With the departure of 2019, a ‘Happy New Year’ with “new resolutions, new energy, new zeal for the new decade,” urging people to move forth. ” Let’s show immense faith in the pursuits (actions), the abilities and the resolve of 130 crore countrymen, and come let’s move forth. Many many thanks, many many good wishes.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the people of the country to insist on purchasing local goods in 2022. The PM said that this work should not be government. The youth of the country should form small groups and organizations and insist people to buy local goods.

Not only this, Modi said that in the last six months, the proceedings of both the Houses of Parliament were very impressive. “We consider our Parliament as the temple of our democracy. Today, I wish to proudly mention, that the parliamentarians that you have elected have broken all the records of the last 60 years. In the last 6 months, both the sessions of the 17th Lok Sabha have been very productive.” The Lok Sabha worked 114 percent and the Rajya Sabha 94 percent. Not only this, Modi also mentioned the last solar eclipse of the year in the Mann Ki Baat program. He saw the last solar eclipse of this decade on 26th. PM Modi said that astronomy has a wonderful history in India.