Prime Minister Narendra Modis Mann Ki Baat address: Key points

Kusum Tewari

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister
Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the 62nd edition of the monthly programme ‘
Mann ki Baat‘. In his address, the Prime Minister spoke about science, technology, biodiversity and upcoming exams of the students.

Here is a look at the key points from his address –

  • On January 31, 2020, the beautiful valley of Ladakh witnessed a historical event. IAF’s An-32 plane created history when it took off from Leh’s Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport. In this flight, 10 per cent of Indian Bio-jet fuel was used.
  • Our biodiversity is a unique treasure. We must explore it but also preserve it.
  • A few days ago, I witnessed the country’s greatness, culture, traditions, food and emotions at the Hunar Haat festival in Delhi.
  • Every Indian is proud of the new achievements and records set by the launch of satellites in space.
  • Through Hunar Haat, close to three lakh artisans gained opportunities for employment.”
  • The coming months are ideal for adventure sports. The geography of our country provides a lot of opportunities for adventure sports. On one hand, we have high mountain peaks, on the other hand, we have a vast expanse of desert. On one side we have the dense forest, on the other end, we are greeted by endless sea.
  • I would like you to pick a place of your choice and an activity of your liking and include adventure sports as a part of your life.
  • India’s Nari Shakti is scaling newer heights! India is proud of them…

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PM Modi addresses nation during 62nd Mann ki Baat

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