Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Those eyeing Indian territory given befitting reply in Ladakh, says PM Modi

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Updated: June 28, 2020 11:47:11 am

Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that those who eyed India's territory in Ladakh were given a befitting reply by the brave soldiers of the country.

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PM Modi Mann Ki Baat Updates: On the 66th edition of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation touching upon several issues facing the country. Speaking about the border tension with China and the Galwan Valley faceoff, PM Modi said India bows to brave martyrs who have always kept India safe. In Ladakh, a befitting reply has been given to those coveting our territories, he added. The Prime Minister, while speaking about the challenges India is facing in the year 2020, said that guided by its strong cultural ethos, the country has always turned challenges into successes.  With the country slowly coming out of over three-month long lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, PM Modi appealed people to be more careful now. “As compared to Lockdown, we need to be even more careful now during Unlock. If you don’t wear masks, follow social distancing and other precautions, you put yourself as well as others at risk. I appeal to all countrymen to not be careless,” PM Modi said.  He also highlighted that the present scenario provides a great opportunity for the new generation. “There is a new and strong opportunity for our generation and our start-ups. We should present India’s traditional games in a new and interesting form,” the PM said.

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    11:38 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: Big opportunity for start-ups, says PM Modi

    There is a new and strong opportunity for our generation and our start-ups. We should present India's traditional games in a new and interesting form, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat.

    11:34 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: Need to be more careful now, says PM Modi

    As compared to Lockdown, we need to be even more careful now during Unlock. If you don't wear masks, follow social distancing & other precautions, you put yourself as well as others at risk. I appeal to all countrymen to not be careless, PM Modi says.

    11:31 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: Sacrifice of families of martyrs worth worshipping says PM

    Martyr Kundan Kumar's father from Bihar said that he will send his grandsons also to armed forces to protect the country. This is the spirit of every martyr's family. The sacrifice of these families is worth worshipping, says PM Narendra Modi during Mann Ki Baat

    11:30 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: Focus on defeating Corona as India unlocks

    The country has moved out of the lockdown to unlock phase. During this unlock period, one will have to focus on defeating corona and strengthening economy and boosting it, says PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat.

    11:28 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: PM Modi lauds migrant labourers

    You would be seeing many inspiring stories of migrant labourers. In UP's Barabanki, labourers who returned from outside started working to restore natural form of Kalyani river. While staying in isolation, the way migrant labourers have changed things around them is commendable, says PM Modi in his Mann Ki Baat radio address.

    11:21 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Live Updates: PM Modi stressed on 'vocal about local'

    People from all over India are writing, reiterating their support to the movement to make India self-reliant. Being vocal about local is a great service to the nation, says PM Narendra Modi during Mann Ki Baat.

    11:13 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Live: 'India gave befitting reply in Ladakh'

    The world has seen India's commitment to protecting its borders sovereignty. In Ladakh, a befitting reply has been given to those coveting our territories. Our brave soldiers have always kept our country safe. We bow to our martyrs, says PM Narendra Modi

    11:04 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Update: People want 2020 to get over as soon as possible, says PM Modi

    With several issues all around, people now want year 2020 to get over as soon as possible. But whatever be the challenges, the year should not be blamed for it. There could be any number of challenges but our history shows that we've always overcome them. We've emerged stronger after challenges, says PM Modi.

    10:33 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Live Update: PM Modi invites ideas

    Prime Minister Narendra had invited ideas, inputs from general public to be discussed during the 66th edition of Mann Ki Baat. "This month’s #MannKiBaat will take place on the 28th. Though 2 weeks away, please keep the ideas and inputs coming! It’ll enable me to go through maximum number of comments and phone calls. Am sure you’ll have much to say, on fighting COVID-19 and topics in addition to that," PM Modi had said in this tweet. 

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    10:27 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat: Rising petrol, diesel prices

    Will PM Modi speak on the rising petrol and diesel prices in the country in his today's Mann Ki Baat radio programme? For the first time in history, diesel rates have crossed that of petrol in the country which has given fresh fodder to the Opposition to target the Modi government.

    10:23 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat: Will PM Modi speak in border tensions with China?

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's latest episode of Mann Ki Baat also comes amid heightened tension between India and China following the violent faceoff between the troops of both the countries in Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 15. While 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the attack, Chinese PLA also suffered heavy casualties. The situation at the LAC still remains tense.

    10:17 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Live Update: Coronavirus cases cross 5-lakh cases

    PM Modi's today's Mann Ki Baat comes in the backdrop of ever-rising coronavirus cases in the country. With over 5 lakh COVID-19 cases, India is now the fourth worst-affected country in the world after US, Brazil and Russia. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to discuss India's response to the covid crisis and the way forward in his 'Mann Ki Baat'.

    10:14 (IST)28 Jun 2020
    Mann Ki Baat Live: What PM Modi said in his previous radio programme

    In his last Mann Ki Baat episode on May 31, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had advised people to be extra cautious as the government announced a phase-wise reopening of economic activities after months-long lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. He also credicted ‘people-driven’ fight behind the slower spread of the highly contagious disease in the country.

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