Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again addressed the countrymen in the 65th part of the Mann Ki Baat radio program.
He started the address and said that the last time I spoke to you last time, then the passenger trains were closed, the buses were closed, the air service was closed.
This time, a lot has been revealed. Workers’ special trains are running, other special trains have also started. With all the precautions, airplanes have started flying; gradually, the industry has started running, that is, a large part of the economy is now running, has opened up. In such a situation, we need to be more vigilant.
PM in Mann ki beat that in the country, the fight against Corona is being fought very actively with the collective efforts of everyone. Our population is many times more than most countries, yet Corona did not spread in our country as fast as it spread in other countries of the world.
The PM further said in Mann ki Baat that the death rate due to corona is also very low in our country. We all have grief for the loss that has been done, but whatever we can save, it is a result of the collective determination power of the country.
PM said in Mann ki Baat you must have seen that in the life of a person engaged in service of others, no depression or tension is ever seen. In his life, in his attitude about life, there is a lot of confidence, positivity, and liveliness.
PM said more in Mann ki Baat
Friends, discussed many times about our doctors, nursing staff, scavengers, policemen, media mates, who are doing all these services. The number of people who have dedicated everything to the service is countless. One such gentleman is C Mohan of Tamil Nadu.
C Mohan runs a salon in Madurai. He had saved five lakh rupees for his daughter’s education by earning her hard work. But these days, he has spent all his accumulated capital to serve the country.
Countless stories of the work of the Woman Self Help Group are coming to us from all parts of the country. In the villages and towns, our sisters and daughters are making masks every day. All social organizations are also supporting them in this work also said in Mann ki Baat.
in Addition to Mann ki Baat how many such examples are seen and heard every day. How many people, themselves, are telling me about their efforts through the Namo app and other mediums.
My dear countrymen, one more thing that has touched my mind is that in this hour of crisis, innovation from villages to cities, from small traders to startups, our labs are inventing new ways in the Corona fight. Are developing new ones.
I saw many pictures on social media. Many shopkeepers, for a distance of two yards, have installed large plumbing in the shop, in which they pour goods from one end to the top, and from the other end, customers take their products.
There is no class in our country that is not in difficulty, not in trouble, and if the most significant hurt of this crisis is on someone, then it is lying on our poor, laborers, working class. His suffering, his pain, his pain cannot be said in Mann ki Baat.
During this time, many different innovations have been done by teachers and students in the field of education. Online classes and video classes, too, are being innovated in different ways.
On the corona vaccine, the work that is being done in our labs has a worldwide eye on it, and we all hope too. To change any situation, apart from the will, a lot depends on innovation.
Friends, Corona is such a disaster that the whole world has no cure, no prior experience, in such a situation, we are experiencing new challenges, troubles. This is happening in every country of the world, so India is not untouched by this.
Friends, the scene we are seeing today, has allowed the country to observe what happened in the past and learn for the future. Today, in the suffering of our workers, you can see the pain of the eastern part of the country. The development of that eastern part is significant.
The decisions the central government has just taken have opened up vast possibilities related to employment, self-employment, small scale industries in the villages. If our villages, towns, districts, states, were self-sufficient, many problems would not have taken the form they are in front of us today.