Mann Ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again spoken ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to the people of the country. This 92nd episode was very special. During this, PM Modi has spoken about the Amrit Mahotsav and Independence Day. PM Modi greatly appreciated the people for being a part of these programmes. PM Modi said, “In this month of August, all your letters, messages and cards have made my office tricolor. I have seldom found a letter which does not bear the tricolor, or talks about the tricolor and freedom.
Have seen the collective power of the country
He said that on this special occasion of Amrit Mahotsav and Independence Day, we have seen the collective power of the country, a consciousness has been felt. Such a big country, so many diversities, but when it came to hoisting the tricolor, everyone seemed to flow in the same spirit. PM Modi said, “These colors of Amrit Mahotsav are not only seen in India but also in other countries of the world. A local singer living there in Botswana sang 75 patriotic songs to celebrate 75 years of India’s independence.
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‘Swaraj’ is the story of unheard hero-heroines
The Prime Minister said that ‘Swaraj’ is the story of unheard heroes and heroines who took part in the freedom movement. ‘Swaraj’ will be telecast every Sunday at 9 pm on Doordarshan for 75 weeks. I urge you to watch it yourself and show it to your children too.
The way to fight against malnutrition is very unique
The Prime Minister said in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ that “An interesting project is being run in Bongai village of Assam, that is – Project Sampoorna. The objective of this project is to fight against malnutrition and the method of this fight is also very unique. He said that “The United Nations has passed a resolution declaring the year 2023 as the International Year of Millets. You will also be very happy to know that this proposal of India got the support of more than 70 countries. Today, across the world, the craze of this coarse grain, millets, is increasing.”
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India is the largest producer of millets in the world
PM Modi said that millets, coarse grains, have been a part of our agriculture, culture and civilization since ancient times. Millets are mentioned in our Vedas, and similarly, in Purananuru and Tolkappiyam, it is mentioned. He said that “India is the largest producer of millets in the world, so the responsibility of making this initiative a success also rests on the shoulders of us Indians. Together we all have to make it a mass movement, and also increase awareness of millets among the people of the country.” In the end, the Prime Minister said that “I request my farmer brothers and sisters to adopt Millets, that is, coarse grains, as much as possible and take advantage of it.”
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