Success of vaccination program exhibits India’s functionality to world: PM Modi in ‘Mann Ki Baat’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the success of India’s vaccination programme within the 82nd version of his month-to-month radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday. The newest episode comes simply days after the nation crossed the milestone of administering 100-crore coronavirus vaccines.

“The success of our vaccine program shows the potential of India, shows the power of the mantra of everyone’s efforts,” PM Modi stated. He additionally paid tribute to the nation’s healthcare employees, who made this achievement attainable.

PM Modi on the position performed by healthcare employees 

“I am well aware of the capabilities of my country, the people of my country,” PM Modi went on to say. “I knew that our healthcare workers would leave no stone unturned to vaccinate countrymen.”

In the most recent episode of his radio programme, the Prime Minister interacted with Poonam Nautiyal, a healthcare employee from Uttarakhand, who was concerned within the state’s vaccination drive. He requested Nautiyal about her expertise, and the challenges she confronted alongside the best way.

PM Modi pays tribute to Sardar Patel and Bhagwan Birsa Munda

Noting that the beginning anniversary of Sardar Patel is ready to fall on October 31st, PM Modi stated: “On behalf of every listener of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, and on my behalf, I bow to the Iron Man.” It is vital for everybody to take part in spreading the message of unity, the prime minister stated.

PM Modi additionally paid tribute to 19th-century freedom fighter and tribal chief Bhagwan Birsa Munda, whose beginning anniversary might be celebrated subsequent month. “His life taught us several things such as: Being proud about one’s own culture. Caring for the environment. Fighting injustice,” he stated.

PM Modi highlights India’s contribution to peacekeeping 

On the event of world UN Day, the prime minister highlighted India’s contribution to the UN Peacekeeping forces. “India has always worked for world peace,” he stated, including that India will play a key position in “making our planet a better place”.

Speaking in regards to the contribution of police personnel within the nation, he identified the elevated participation of ladies within the police forces.

Increasing variety of girls within the police power

Speaking in regards to the contribution of police personnel within the nation, he identified the elevated participation of ladies within the police forces. “Bureau of Police Research and Development data shows that the number of women in the police force has doubled over the last few years,” he stated. 

 “The women in the police force are increasingly becoming role models for young girls,” the prime minister famous. 

Growing prominence of drones 

Drones are more and more capturing the creativeness of younger folks, PM Modi noticed. Start-ups too are wanting into their utilization, he added. 

“The drone sector was filled with too many restrictions and regulations. This has changed in the recent times,” the Prime Minister stated. “The new drone policy is already showing great results.”

PM Modi urges folks to cease utilizing single use plastic 

While cleansing up our properties forward of Diwali, we should additionally bear in mind to maintain our neighbourhoods clear, the PM stated, selling the central message of his Swachh Bharat marketing campaign. 

“When I talk about cleanliness, please do not forget to get rid of single use plastic,” he stated. “So come, let us take a pledge that we will not let the enthusiasm of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan go down. Together we will make our country completely clean and keep it clean.” 


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