Mann ki baat Live Updates: Constructive criticism strengthens democracy, says PM Modi

Mann ki baat live updates: He wished the nation on the occasion of Ramzan

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 28, 2017 11:55 am
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In the 32nd edition of ‘Mann ki Baat’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the constructive criticism on his government’s performance. “Last few days there has been talk about three years of the present government. Three years have been judged on every parameter. All sections of the society have analyzed three years’ work,” said PM Modi.

Here are the live updates for PM Modi’s 32nd ‘Mann ki Baat’:

11:27 am: Mann ki Baat has connected me with every Indian, in a very special way, says PM Modi speaking about the recent launch of a book based on the PM’s monthly address

11:24 am: Constructive criticism strengthens democracy. I am very happy people are evaluating our work in great detail: PM

11:22 am: PM Modi calls for making cleanliness a mass movement and lauded media’s role in creating awareness regarding the same.

11:20 am: PM Modi applauds Mumbaikar Afroz Shah and his entire team over the efforts taken towards cleaning Versova beach in Mumbai

11:17 am: We shouldn’t consider waste just as garbage. Once we start considering as ‘wealth’, we will be able to find newer ways for effective waste management.

11:11 am: I got a very interesting suggestion- since its 3rd Yoga Day, why not 3 generations of a family come together & practice Yoga: PM

11: 10 am: Connecting with nature is nothing but connecting with ourselves. If we do so we nurture a better planet: PM

11:06 am: Today we remember Veer Savarkar on his Jayanti. He spent time at the ‘Kaala Pani’ and there he wrote a lot: PM

11:04 am: I am happy to see youngsters are taking interest in lives of our freedom fighters, who spent their lives in jail: PM Modi on the occasion of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s birth anniversary

11:03 am: We are proud that people from all faiths live in India in a harmonious manner: PM

11:02 am: We are proud that out ancestors have left such a culture where India’s diversity today is its strength: PM

11:00 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins his monthly address by wishing the nation on the occasion of Ramzan.

In the 32nd edition of the popular radio programme, the Prime Minister wished the nation on the occasion of Ramzan and said that he was proud that all religions existed in harmony in India. He also said that he was very happy people were evaluating the government’s work in “great detail” and that he welcomed the “constructive criticism”.

This edition of the Prime Minister’s monthly address is also his first after completing three years in power. It was simultaneously broadcast on the YouTube channels of Prime Minister’s Office’s and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, whereas it DD News also aired the programme. In the last episode of the programme, the Prime Minister touched up on various issues, including the VIP culture in the country.

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    Prabhu Bharathan
    May 29, 2017 at 7:55 pm
    1. Open 100 new universities, make all existing colleges into community colleges and start 10,000 new culture & community schools. Make them open to people of all ages and background irrespective of "caste" and don't play reservation politics here. 2. The structure of the government is fundamentally flawed. It is a mere carry over from the British colonial times. Include the public body in all parts of the government - legislature, executive & judiciary with a system of checks and balances. 500 ministers for 125 crore people is not sufficient. Involve the public body from gram panchayat to the parliament. This is a way to discipline all politicians and stop corruption. 3. Make India a knowledge superpower, not a mere IT back office to the world. Basic valuable knowledge must be imparted to all people. Indian educational ins utions must open up to students and faculty from all over the world. Sabka vikaas needs sabka Siksha first.
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    Arul
    May 28, 2017 at 12:01 pm
    Our PM is all knowing. He does not like criticism. To whom does he talk about constructive criticism? Anyone criticised is silenced with vendetta. His army of RSS is everywhere and trying to strangulate the democracy. He talks something for the public but he is totally different person in his governance. He has the ability to convince people with his oratory skill where people do not question him. It is going to be total disaster for the country with his single minded RSS ideology.
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