The Prime Minister said that under the ‘Back to Village’ programme, senior government officials, for the first time, visited villages across the state to “judge for themselves, to gauge the obstacles in the path of progress, and to remove the hurdles’’.
“I believe, like other problems on hand, we can solve this predicament with the participation of the people, janbhagidari, and their power, janshakti... We are bound to find a solution through the strength, cooperation and resolution of 130 crore citizens.”
During his Mann ki Baat address, PM Modi asked citizens for ideas to conserve water, congratulated the voters for being a part of the largest polling exercise in the world and also highlighted the importance of democracy.
Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Highlights: The PM took note of the growing water crisis in parts of the country, urging people to preserve every drop of water. Modi also spoke on the BJP's victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
New Delhi, Mar 01 (ANI): Examinations for class 10th and 12th CBSE board are set to begin from today as nearly 15 lakh students are expected to appear for 10th and over 10.5 lakh for the 12th exams. The exams for class 10th will continue till March 28th and class 12th exams will end on April 22nd. The first examination for Class 12th students will be English for core as well as elective papers. While the first paper for Class 10th students will be on dynamic retail, information technology, security, auto technology and international tourism. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann ki Baat address on Sunday had wished the students.