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Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Loud mouths made irresponsible statements before Ayodhya verdict in 2010, says PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Today Highlights: The Prime Minister's address, which comes on the occasion of Hindu festival Diwali, is likely to revolve around the recently held Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 27, 2019 1:19:01 pm
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PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Today Highlights: In his monthly Mann ki Baat program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday recalled how political parties and the civil society played a mature role in uniting people when efforts were made to polarise the country ahead of the 2010 Allahabad High Court ruling on the Ayodhya land dispute.

he prime minister said he vividly remembers the September of 2010 when several “interest groups” had tried to exploit the situation to their interest.

He said the language that was used was aimed at inflaming the atmosphere.

“Some loud mouths had made irresponsible statements just to hog the limelight … It continued for five to 10 days,” he said.
Thanks to the people of India, social organisations, political parties, saints, seers and leaders of all faiths, it became a day that furthered unity, he said.

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12:02 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Be careful while bursting crackers: PM Modi

PM Modi: "We use crackers during Diwali. But sometimes due to negligence, we may catch fire. I urge you to take care of yourself and celebrate this festival cheerfully."

11:59 (IST)27 Oct 2019
PM Modi promotes local products on Diwali

PM Modi urges people to buy items made by local artists this Diwali.

11:57 (IST)27 Oct 2019
PM Modi remembers Indira Gandhi

October 31 is also the death anniversary of former prime minister Indira Gandhi, PM Modi said and paid his respect to the late leader. 

11:47 (IST)27 Oct 2019
PM Modi speaks on Ram Janmabhoomi

PM Modi: "The Allahabad High Court gave its judgment on the Ram Janmabhoomi matter on September 2010. How many interest groups had come to fore to take advantage of the situation in their own way."

The PM further said a lot was said and done before the judgment in the case was announced. But ater the court gave its verdict, the government, political parties, social and religious groups gave very measured and sensible comments.

11:41 (IST)27 Oct 2019
PM Modi: Salute the Army for conducting cleanliness drive at Siachen Glacier

PM Modi: "Our soldiers at Siachen Glacier are not only protecting the borders but also conducting the 'Clean Siachen' drive. For this commitment, I salute the Indian Army. In such conditions to segregate garbage and ensure its management is a very important work in itself."

11:38 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Country will be indebted to Sardar Patel for ensuring fundamental rights to citizens: PM Modi

PM Modi: "Our country will always be indebted to Sardar Patel for playing an instrumental role in the Constitution Assembly. He did the important job of ensuring the fundamental rights so that there remains no possibility of any discrimination based on caste and community."

11:33 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Statue of Unity fills every Indian with pride: PM Modi

On 31st October 2018, 'Statue of Unity', made in the memory of Sardar Patel, was dedicated to the nation and world. It's the tallest statue of world, twice the height of 'Statue of Liberty'. The tallest statue of the world fills every Indian with pride.

11:33 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Guru Nanak one of the most accomplished travellers of his time: PM Modi

PM Modi: "A few days ago, ambassadors from at least 85 countries went to Amritsar from Delhi. They not only visited the Golden Temple, but also got to know a lot about the Sikh culture. They also shared the pictures taken there on their social media."

"Guru Nanak Dev ji took his message to far, far places in the world. He used to be one of the most accomplished travellers of his time. May his birth anniversary inspire us to imbibe his message into our lives."

11:24 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Guru Nanak Dev's influence is not only in India but across the world: PM Modi

PM Modi: "Guru Nanak Dev ji's 550th birth anniversary will be celebrated across the world on November 12. Guru Nanak Dev's influence is not only in India but across the world. He used to believe that there is no price for selfless service."

11:21 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Read, take inspiration from Bharat ki Laxmi's: PM Modi

PM Modi: "People have shared a lot of stories regarding Bharat ki Laxmi. You all should read them, take inspiration and share something similar happening around you. I bow down in respect to these Laxmis (Goddesses) of India."

11:17 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Let's celebrate the women power of India: PM Modi

PM Modi: "We had decided that we will do something different this Diwali. I had said that - let's celebrate the women power of India and their achievements, as in rever the Bharat ki Laxmi."

11:12 (IST)27 Oct 2019
Govts of many countries celebrate Diwali: PM Modi

PM Modi: "Diwali is celebrated in many parts of the world today. Not only the Indian community but also the government of many countries, their citizens and the social organisations there also participate in these celebrations enthusiastically. In a way, they make a 'Bharat' there."

11:05 (IST)27 Oct 2019
PM Modi greets the nation on Diwali

Prime Minister Narendra Modi starts his Mann ki Baat address by wishing the country on the occasion of Diwali. 

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In his last address through Mann ki Baat, PM Modi spoke about the welfare works being led by women in various fields. He pushed for women empowerment and asked people to encourage women in order to strengthen the ways for their own prosperity. Making a case for building a fit India, PM Modi concluded his address by urging people to participate in the ‘Run for Unity’ event on Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary on October 31.

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