A sense of discipline among people due to covid’s position, says PM Modi: main attraction

A sense of discipline among people due to covid's position, says PM Modi: main attraction

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation on his monthly radio address – “Mann ki Baat”. PM Modi today told the people to exercise during the coming festive season in view of the raging coronovirus in the country.

However, there is already a sense of discipline, he said. In the last 24 hours, more than 78,000 cases were reported in the country – the highest single-day spike anywhere in the world.

Earlier this month, PM Modi urged people to share their inputs and ideas for the 68th edition of their monthly radio address. The last edition coincided with the 21st anniversary of ‘Kargil Vijay Divas’.

Glimpses of PM Modi’s address on “Mann Ki Baat”

Onam festival is also being celebrated with gaiety and enthusiasm. This festival falls in the month of Chingam. During this period, people buy something new, decorate their homes, prepare Pokkalam, enjoy Onam-Sadiya. Variety of games, competitions were also organized.

The enthusiasm of Onam has reached the fringes of foreign lands today. Whether it is America, Europe or Gulf countries, Onam’s havoc can be felt everywhere. Onam is fast becoming an international festival.

“I urge our start-ups to ‘team up for toys’, this also matches our call to Vocal for Local.” I urge my young brothers to make sports in India and also on India.

“We have many different applications that are made in the country – such as ‘Ku’ for microblogging and ‘Spark’ – and these are gaining popularity.”

September should be celebrated as ‘Nutrition Month’. PM Modi says that the right amount of nutrition received during childhood ensures proper physical and mental development and health of the child.

We will celebrate Teachers’ Day on 5 September. I am delighted with how teachers and students are working together to develop innovations.

PM Coronovirus talks about the importance of ensuring one’s safety in the midst of an epidemic.