Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 104th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’

PM Modi begins with Chandrayaan-3 in while addressing the 104th episode of his monthly radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday (August 27), The programme’s broadcast began at 11 am on radio and digital platforms like the YouTube channel of the Prime Minister.

PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat first radio show was aired on October 3, 2014, which reached a milestone with its 100th episode on April 30 this year. Mann Ki Baat has impacted all sections of society, who have been inspired to contribute towards fulfilling the great goals he has set for the nation.

Mission Chandrayaan has become a symbol of the spirit of New India, which wants to ensure victory, and also knows how to win in any situation. Mission Chandrayaan is also a living example of women’s power. In this mission, many women scientists & engineers were directly involved in it. Along with our scientists, other sectors have also played an important role in the success of Chandrayaan-3.

India is fully prepared for G-20 Leaders Summit to be held next month. Heads of 40 countries and many Global Organizations are coming to the capital Delhi to participate in this event. PM Modi talked about G20 Summit which will take place in the national capital in September and said that India’s presidency of the mega event is “people’s presidency”.

This time on 15th August, the country saw the power of ‘Sabka Prayas’. The efforts of all the countrymen turned the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan’ into a ‘Har Man Tiranga Abhiyan’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 104th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’
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PM Modi urged the citizens to remember the mantra of ‘Vocal for Local’ ahead of the festive season and said that every citizen has the responsibility to make an ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’.

.The Prime Minister said that mentioned Brian D Kharpran, a Meghalaya resident who discovered over 1700 caves along with his team putting the state on the World Cave Map. has documented those creatures of the cave which are not found anywhere else in the world.

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Some of the longest and deepest caves in India are present in Meghalaya. Brian Ji and his team have also documented the Cave Fauna ie those creatures of the cave, which are not found anywhere else in the world,” the Prime Minister said.

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