Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation today in his 13th edition of monthly radio program 'Mann ki Baat'.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation today in his 13th edition of monthly radio program ‘Mann ki Baat’. He highlighted the importance of organ donation and impulsed citizens to be a part of the movement in his speech. Here are the top 10 highlights of his speech:
1. PM Narendra Modi: Today India and South Africa are playing the 5th ODI. Both teams won two matches so it’ll be an interesting match. My best wishes are there with them.
2. PM Narendra Modi: India is characterized by diversity. And this is our pride. Shanti, Sadbhavana and Ekta are key to progress.
3. PM Narendra Modi: A student from Kerala was called by AIR & she shared her feedback on #MannKiBaat. This is inspiring & other Kendras must try to do same
4. PM Narendra Modi: Organ donation is an important issue. The need for kidneys, heart and livers is high but less number of transplants happen.
5. PM Narendra Modi: This is a festive season. In this one more festive occasion is India Africa Summit. India and Africa have many similarities. So many people of Indian origin have been staying in Africa
6.PM Narendra Modi: We will launch important schemes before Dhanteras. We have come up with ‘Gold Monetisation Scheme’. I will introduce this scheme that provides financial security to all in the coming weeks.
7. PM Narendra Modi: We are also bringing in the gold coin with Ashok Chakra on it.
8. PM Narendra Modi: I had talked about menace of corruption, in seeking jobs. We’d thought of abolishing interviews for some jobs. Government has completed whole process to do away with interviews for low rank jobs. It will come into effect from January 1, 2016.
9. PM Narendra Modi: How can it be possible that there is Mann Ki Baat and I don’t talk about cleanliness. Want to thank the media for their efforts towards a clean India.
10. PM Narendra Modi: Shri Karia Munda has adopted a village in his seat. He started visiting the village and instilled life in systems and machinery. In Andhra Pradesh, Shri Ashok Gajapati Raju urged students to teach the elders of the village. So many people gained from the lessons. Shri CL Ruala, from Mizoram has actively participated in Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana.