Mann Ki Baat 2021: Country was saddened to see insult of the tricolour on January 26, says PM Modi

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Updated: January 31, 2021 11:51 AM

Mann Ki Baat 2021: This episode of Mann Ki Baat came at a time when the Centre was facing stiff protests from farmers, some thousands of them have been protesting against the three farm laws enacted last year.

Mann Ki BaatPrime Minister Narendra Modi

Mann Ki Baat 2021 LIVE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed this year’s first episode of Mann Ki Baat, monthly radio programme. During the address, he talked about Covid vaccination programme, violence on January 26, Aatmnirbhar Bharat, modernisation of agriculture, women power and freedom fighters.

Here’s what PM said in Mann Ki Baat

Made in India vaccine not only a symbol of Atmanirbhar Bharat but also a symbol of self-pride

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: You must have noticed about the vaccination programme that India is able to help others because India today is self-reliant in the field of medicines and vaccines. Made in India vaccine is not only a symbol of Atmanirbhar Bharat but it is also a symbol of its self-pride.

PM mentions divyang elderly person in Kerala’s Kottayam

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: There is divyang elderly person in Kerala’s Kottayam, NS Rajappan. He is unable to walk due to paralysis. But his commitment towards cleanliness hasn’t faded. From past several years, he rows his boat in Vembanad Lake&clears plastic bottles. Imagine, how lofty are his ideals!

Govt committed to modernizing agriculture

PM Modi Mann in Baat: The government is committed to modernizing agriculture and is also taking many steps. The government’s efforts will continue even further.

Indian women pilots commanding direct flight from San Fransisco

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: A few days back four Indian women pilots commanded a direct flight from San Fransisco in US to Bengaluru. The flight, covering a distance of over 10,000 kms, brought over 225 people to India. Be it any field, participation of nation’s women is continuously increasing.

Write about our freedom fighters: PM in Mann Ki Baat

PM Modi during ‘Mann Ki Baat: I call upon all the countrymen and especially our young friends to write about our freedom fighters, events associated with it and write books about tales of valour during freedom struggle from their areas. Now that India is going to celebrate 75 years of its independence, your writings will be an ideal tribute to the heroes of freedom movement.

Covid-19 vaccination 

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: You must have noticed about the vaccination programme that India is able to help others because India today is self-reliant in the field of medicines and vaccines.

Republic Day violence on January 26

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat : The country was sad by seeing insult of the tricolour in Delhi on January 26. “We have to fill the future with new hope and newness. We showed exceptional restraint and courage last year. This year too, we have to prove our resolve by working hard.”

PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: This month, we got good news from the cricket pitch. After initial hiccups, the Indian team bounced back gloriously and won the series in Australia. Our team’s hard work and teamwork was inspiring.

The programme was live on All India radio, DD and Narendra Modi Mobile App. Akashvani will broadcast ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. This came just a day before the Budget 2021, which will be presented on Monday.

Today’s episode of Mann Ki Baat also comes at a time when the Centre is facing stiff protests from farmers, some thousands of them have been protesting against the three farm laws enacted last year. In his radio address on November 29, the Prime Minister had defended the laws saying these reforms had opened new doors of possibilities for farmers.

He had said that the demands that had been made by farmers for years had been met. Prime Minister Modi said that after a lot of deliberation, the Parliament gave a legal form to the three agricultural reforms. “These reforms have not only served to unshackle our farmers but also given them new rights and opportunities,” he said.

PM Modi also said that in just a short span of time, these new rights had begun to ameliorate the woes of the farmers. Under these laws, he said, it was decided that all dues of the farmers should be cleared within three days of procurement, failing which, the farmer can lodge a complaint. Another notable aspect of this law is that the area Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) has to ensure grievance redressal of the farmer within one month, he said.

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