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Mann Ki Baat Highlights: PM urges people to get rid of vaccine hesitancy

PM Modi Mann Ki Baat Today Highlights: The programme can be heard live on All India Radio, DD and Narendra Modi Mobile app.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: June 27, 2021 12:45:53 pm
Mann Ki Baat LIVE updates: PM Modi to address nation at 11 amPrime Minister Narendra Modi (Source: Twitter/@narendramodi)

PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday addressed the nation through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ and urged people to get rid of vaccine hesitancy.

“Please get rid of fear. Sometimes people may get a fever but it is very mild & lasts only for a few hours. Avoiding (#COVID19) vaccine can be very dangerous. You’re not only putting yourself at risk but also your family & the entire village,” he said.

The Prime Minister also paid tributes to sports legend Milkha Singh and asked people to wish the players participating in Tokyo Olympics through #Cheer4India on social media.

The programme can be heard live on All India Radio, DD and Narendra Modi Mobile app. Akashvani will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday addressed the nation in his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat'. Follow this space for the latest updates.

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11:46 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi speaks to villagers in Madhya Pradesh, urges people to get Covid-19 vaccine

PM Modi Sunday spoke to people from Dulariya village in Betul district of Madhya Pradesh and counseled them to take the Covid-19 vaccine, news agency ANI reported. "I want to tell villagers to get rid of vaccine fear. There are many villages in India that are 100% vaccinated," he said.

"Rumour mongers will keep spreading it but we've to save lives, countrymen. Don't remain under the delusion that Covid-19 has got over, it is a kind of disease in which the virus keeps changing its form. We must have confidence in our scientists who developed vaccines," the Prime Minister added.

11:44 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi speaks about importance of plants

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11:40 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Water conservation is a form of service to the nation: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat

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11:34 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi urges people to shed vaccine hesitancy

During his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday, PM Modi urged people to shed vaccine hesitancy and get the Covid-19 vaccine.

"Please get rid of fear. Sometimes people may get a fever but it is very mild & lasts only for a few hours. Avoiding (#COVID19) vaccine can be very dangerous. You’re not only putting yourself at risk but also your family & the entire village," he said.

11:32 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi Mann Ki Baat: Strength and understanding showed by people of India's villages will become a case study

PM Modi during his Mann Ki Baat on Sunday said that at some point of time, how the people of the villages of India showed their strength and understanding during the coronavirus crisis will become a case study.

11:29 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Achieved many extraordinary milestone in fight against coronavirus: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said that we have achieved many extraordinary milestones in the battle against coronavirus. "The battle we the countrymen are fighting against corona is continuing…but in this fight, together, we've achieved many an extraordinary milestone! Just a few days ago, our country accomplished an unprecedented feat," he said.

11:22 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Wish players going for Tokyo Olympics through #Cheer4India on social media

PM Modi said people can wish the players going for Tokyo Olympics through #Cheer4India on social media. He said that the players have worked hard over the years and are going for the country. 

11:17 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi talks about archer Pravin Jadhav

PM Modi during his Mann Ki Baat programmes on Sunday spoke about Pravin Jadhav, an archer from Maharashtra and said, "Pravin Jadhav of Satara district in Maharastra is an outstanding archer. His parents work as labourers and now Jadhav is going to participate in his first #Olympics in Tokyo."

11:15 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Lives of players participating in Tokyo Olympics is an inspiration: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat

During his Mann Ki Baat programme, the Prime Minister said that the lives of the players participating in Tokyo Olympics is an inspiration for many people. 

11:15 (IST)27 Jun 2021
Lives of players participating in Tokyo Olympics is an inspiration: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat

During his Mann Ki Baat programme, the Prime Minister said that the lives of the players participating in Tokyo Olympics is an inspiration for many people. 

11:10 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi remembers Milkha Singh

During his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi Sunday remembered Milkha Singh and said , "When talking about the Olympics, how can we not remember Milkha Singh Ji. When he was hospitalised, I got a chance to speak to him, I had requested him to motivate the athletes going for Tokyo Olympics."

11:06 (IST)27 Jun 2021
PM Modi begins address

PM Modi Sunday began his address to the nation at 11 am on Sunday.

Last month, during the 77th edition of his monthly radio programme, Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the Covid-19 crisis is the worst pandemic that the world has seen in the last 100 years. “Our frontline workers have played a remarkable role in fighting Covid-19. During normal times, India used to produce 900 metric tonnes of Liquid Medical Oxygen in a day. Now it has increased more than 10 times, about 9,500 metric tonnes is being produced every day,” he added.

Modi also lauded the spirit and courage of Indian citizens who braved two major cyclones in May. “In this difficult and extraordinary situation of calamity, the way the people of all the states affected by the cyclone have shown courage, in this hour of crisis, with great patience, discipline — I want to appreciate all citizens,” he added.

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