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PM Modi Mann Ki Baat Highlights: ‘Nation was shocked to witness insult of tricolour on R-day,’ says PM Modi

PM Modi Mann Ki Baat Today Live Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address this year's first Mann Ki Baat at 11 am on Sunday. This will be the 73rd episode of the monthly radio programme.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: January 31, 2021 12:46:03 pm
Insult to Flag saddened the nation; Covid vaccination is an example to world: PMThe country was “saddened” by the “insult” to the national flag by protesters on Republic Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his first Mann ki Baat address of the new year. (File)

PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Highlights: In his monthly ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address, PM Narendra Modi highlighted all the major events that have taken place in our country over the last month, including the violence that broke out in the National Capital between protesting farmers and the Delhi Police. “In the midst of all this, India was shocked to witness the insult of the tricolour on 26th January,” PM Modi said. “We have to fill the coming days with hope and novelty.”

At an all-party meeting chaired by the Prime Minister on Saturday, he said that the Government’s offer to keep the implementation of the three farm laws on hold for 18 months is still on the table. He added that Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is just a phone call away for taking forward talks with protesting farmer unions.

In his last ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address, Prime Minister Modi said the nation had developed ‘Aatmanirbharta’ during the coronavirus crisis. He added that a major transformation has occurred in people’s attitudes in a period of one year and customers too are demanding ‘Made In India’ products.The Prime Minister said people have shown their support for ‘Vocal for Local’ and urged manufacturers and industry leaders to make world-class products. PM Modi also paid tributes to several revered Sikh personalities, including sons of Guru Gobind Singh, saying their sacrifices helped keep our culture safe.

The programme will be aired live on All India Radio, DD as well as the Narendra Modi Mobile App.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed this year's first Mann Ki Baat. Follow the latest developments below

11:43 (IST)31 Jan 2021
'Vaccinating frontline workers is India's priority'

In his monthly radio programme, PM Modi spoke about the success of India's ongoing vaccination drive, which he pointed out, is the largest in the world. Vaccinating corona warriors, who are at the frontline of India's battle against the deadly pandemic, is the country's priority, he said. 

11:39 (IST)31 Jan 2021
PM Modi lauds efforts of elderly Kerala man who cleans lake on his boat
11:25 (IST)31 Jan 2021
PM Modi praises all-women team that flew Air India's first non-stop San Francisco-Bengaluru flight

Prime Minister Modi praised the efforts of the four women Air India pilots who flew the airlines' first non-stop flight from San Francisco in the United States to Bengaluru in Karnataka, earlier this month.

"The flight, covering a distance of over 10,000 kms, brought over 225 people to India. Be it any field, participation of nation's women is continuously increasing," he said. India salutes our Nari Shakti. #MannKiBaat pic.twitter.com/iBjroqwJgz— PMO India (@PMOIndia) January 31, 2021

11:20 (IST)31 Jan 2021
'I call upon all countrymen to write about our freedom fighters'

PM Modi during 'Mann Ki Baat': 'I call upon all the countrymen & especially our young friends, to write about our freedom fighters, events associated with it & write books about tales of valour during freedom struggle from their areas.' 

"Now that India is going to celebrate 75 years of its independence, your writings will be an ideal tribute to the heroes of freedom movement," he added. 

11:15 (IST)31 Jan 2021
'India was able to help other countries as it is self-reliant in field of medicines, vaccines,' says PM Modi

PM Modi said that the country was only able to send consignments of indigenous coronavirus vaccines to foreign countries as it is self-reliant in the field of medicines and vaccines. 

11:11 (IST)31 Jan 2021
'We are fastest in vaccinating our citizens, setting an example for the world'

PM Narendra Modi: "With the start of new year, India's war against corona has also completed almost a year. Just as India's war against corona became an example to the world, similarly our vaccination programme is also becoming an example to the world. India is conducting the world's biggest Covid vaccine programme." 

11:07 (IST)31 Jan 2021
'Nation was shocked to witness insult of tricolour on R-day,' says PM Modi

In his monthly 'Mann Ki Baat' address, PM Narendra Modi highlighted all the major events that have taken place in our country over the last month, including the violence that broke out in the National Capital between protesting farmers and the Delhi Police. "In the midst of all this, India was shocked to witness the insult of the tricolour on 26th January," PM Modi said. "We have to fill the coming days with hope and novelty." 

11:01 (IST)31 Jan 2021
PM Modi begins addressing nation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has begun his first 'Mann Ki Baat' address of 2021. 


10:54 (IST)31 Jan 2021
In previous 'Mann Ki Baat', PM Modi lauded India's fight against Covid

In the last episode of his ‘Mann ki Baat’ address of 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said the nation developed ‘Aatmanirbharta’ during the coronavirus crisis.

PM Modi said that a major transformation has occurred in people’s attitudes in a period of one year and customers too are demanding ‘Made In India’ products.

The Prime Minister said people have shown their support for ‘Vocal for Local’ and urged manufacturers and industry leaders to make world-class products.

PM Modi also paid tributes to several revered Sikh personalities, including sons of Guru Gobind Singh, saying their sacrifices helped keep our culture safe.

10:34 (IST)31 Jan 2021
PM Modi to address nation at 11 am

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 11 am today via his monthly radio programme Mann ki Baat. Follow our blog for all the latest updates.

In last month's 'Mann Ki Baat' address, PM Modi said that people reverently remember the supreme sacrifice of the family of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. "This martyrdom gave a new lesson to the entire humanity & the entire country. This martyrdom did a great work of protecting our civilization. We are indebted to this martyrdom," he added.

He also appealed to people to find out Indian alternatives of imported items of daily use and asked them to resolve to use products produced by Indians.

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