Mann Ki Baat, Highlights: PM Modi congratulates fellow citizens on success of ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement

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New Delhi | Updated:Sep 30, 2018 12:13:04 pm

PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat: The PM lauded the role of armed forces in keeping the border and nation safe. He invoked the cross-border operation by the Indian Army in September 2016 to say 'our soldiers will give a befitting reply to whosoever makes an attempt to destroy the peace and progress'.

Mann Ki Baat Live updatesPM Modi congratulates fellow citizens on success of ?Swachhata Hi Seva? movement

Mann Ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today lauded the role of Armed forces in keeping the border and the nation safe. In his monthly radio address to the nation, the PM invoked the surgical strikes conducted by Indian Atmy across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir in September 2016 to say “our soldiers will give a befitting reply to whosoever makes an attempt to destroy the peace and progress”. He said that India is committed to peace but not at the cost of ‘compromising self-respect’. “We staunchly believe in peace, we are committed to taking it forward but not at the cost of compromising our self-respect and sovereignty of nation. India has alwasys been resolutely committed to peace.”

The PM also remembered Mahatma Gandhi in his address. He said that 2nd October this year will be special as it marks the start of Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary celebrations. He said that the Gandhi charter that continues to inspire us all. “Gandhiji was a Lok Sangrahak. He endeared himself to people across all sections of society,” the Prime Minister said. He added: “Bapu gave an inspirational mantra to all of us which is known as Gandhi Ji’s Talisman. This Mantra is extremely relevant today.”

PM Modi also took the opportunity to congratulate fellow citizens on the success of the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement. He also remembered Sardar Patel and encouraged people to run together to pay a rich tribute to Sardar Patel on October 31 to commemorate his legacy.

 

 

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11:33 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Mann Ki Baat: PM praises Armed Forces; remembers Mahatma Gandhi

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11:32 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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The Prime Minister also remembers Sardar Patel and encouraged people to run together to pay a rich tribute to Sardar Patel on October 31 to commemorate his legacy.

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PM congratulates people on success of 'Swachhata Hi Seva' movement

PM Narendra Modi congratulated the people of India on the success of the 'Swachhata Hi Seva' movement.

11:19 (IST)30 Sep 2018
PM Modi remembers Mahatma Gandhi

The Prime Minister said that on 2nd October will be special this year as it marks the start of Gandhiji's 150th birth anniversary celebrations. He said that the Gandhi charter that continues to inspire us all. “Gandhiji was a Lok Sangrahak. He endeared himself to people across all sections of society,” the Prime Minister said. He added: "Bapu gave an inspirational mantra to all of us which is known as Gandhi Ji’s Talisman. This Mantra is extremely relevant today."

11:17 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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PM Modi said that the Indian Air Force has emerged as one of the mightiest and the brave Air Force of the 21st century today. “From the core of my heart, I congratulate those Air Warriors and their families who rendered service to the nation.” “In 1947, when Pakistani attackers resorted to an unprecedented attack, it was indeed our Air Force which ensured that Indian Soldiers and armaments reached the battlefield promptly.”

11:12 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Soldiers giving befitting reply: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that soldiers will give a befitting reply to whosoever makes an attempt to destroy the atmosphere of peace and progress in our Nation.

11:09 (IST)30 Sep 2018
India committed to peace, says PM

The PM said: “We staunchly believe in peace, we are committed to taking it forward but not at the cost of compromising our self-respect and sovereignty of nation. India has alwasys been resolutely committed to peace.”

11:06 (IST)30 Sep 2018
PM lauds armed forces

Prime Minister began his speech by lauding the role of armed forces in keeping the nation's border safe. He also thamked youths and others for taking part in the Parakram Parv to commemorate the second anniversary of surgical strike across the border in Jammu and Kashmir.

10:48 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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09:43 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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09:05 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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In the 45th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat', the Prime Minister had highlighted the significance of Yoga. He said that Yoga helps in realising the spirit of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumkabam'. The Prime Minister had also recalled Guru Nanak and said his teachings endeavoured to eradicate caste-based discrimination prevalent in the society.

08:54 (IST)30 Sep 2018
PM Narendra Modi's speech in 46th 'Mann Ki Baat' edition

In the 46th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat' on July 29, 2018, the Prime Minister mentioned the teamwork of Thai boys in a cave. The PM also stated that youth in the country can contribute to building a new India. The PM also praised the young achievers of the country.

08:34 (IST)30 Sep 2018

The regional language versions of 'Mann Ki Baat' will also be repeated at 8 pm today.

08:08 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Timeline of 'Mann Ki Baat' editions

The previous editions of 'Mann Ki Baat' were telecasted on following dates:-Part 41- February 25, 2018; Part 42- March 25, 2018; Part 43- April 29, 2018; Part 44- May 27, 2018; Part 45- June 24, 2018; Part 46- July 29, 2018; Part 47- August 26, 2018.

08:05 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Timeline of 'Mann Ki Baat' editions

The previous editions of 'Mann Ki Baat' were telecasted on following dates:-Part 31- April 30, 2017; Part 32- May 28, 2017; Part 33- June 25, 2017; Part 34- July 30, 2017; Part 35- August 27, 2017; Part 36- September 24, 2017; Part 37- October 29, 2017; Part 38- November 26, 2017; Part 39- December 31, 2017; Part 40- January 28, 2018.

08:02 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Timeline of 'Mann Ki Baat' editions

The previous editions of 'Mann Ki Baat' were broadcasted on following dates:-

Part 21- June 26, 2016Part 22- July 31, 2016Part 23- August 28, 2016Part 24- September 25, 2016Part 25- October 30, 2016Part 26- November 27, 2016Part 27- December 25, 2016Part 28- January 29, 2017Part 29- February 26, 2017Part 30- March 26, 2017

07:59 (IST)30 Sep 2018
Timeline of 'Mann Ki Baat' editions

The previous editions of 'Mann Ki Baat' were telecasted on following dates:-Part 1- October 3, 2014; Part 2- November 2, 2014; Part 3- December 14, 2014; Part 4- January 27, 2015; Part 5- February 22, 2015; Part 6- March 22, 2015; Part 7- April 26, 2015; Part 8- May 31, 2015; Part 9- June 28, 2015; Part 10- July 26, 2015; Part 11- August 30, 2015; Part 12- September 20, 2015; Part 13- October 25, 2015; Part 14- November 29, 2015; Part 15- December 27, 2015; Part 16- January 31, 2016; Part 17- February 28, 2016; Part 18- March 27, 2016; Part 19- April 24, 2016; Part 20- May 22, 2016. 

07:46 (IST)30 Sep 2018

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07:42 (IST)30 Sep 2018
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In the 47th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat' last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had spoken on several issues like Kerala floods, Asian Games 2018, Triple Talaq Bill and Raksha Bandhan. In his speech, the Prime Minister said that India stands shoulder to shoulder with the people of Kerala. The PM also appreciated the efforts shown by Air Force, Army, Navy, BSF, CISF, RAF, NDRF for conducting the rescue and relief operations in flood-hit Kerala. Speaking about Triple Talaq Bill, the Prime Minister said it was passed in Lok Sabha but could not be passed in Rajya Sabha. He also assured Muslim women that the entire nation is with them and will ensure so that they can get justice. He also paid tribute to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee who had passed away on August 16, 2018, and said that he changed India's political culture.
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