Don't believe in rumours about Covid vaccine: PM Modi during Mann ki Baat
In Mann Ki Baat program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembered Milkha Singh. PM Modi said that Corona snatched Milkha Singh from us.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is talking to the countrymen on many important issues of the country through his monthly program 'Mann Ki Baat'. Let us tell you that this is the 78th edition of Prime Minister Modi's Mann Ki Baat program.
Mann ki Baat:
In Mann Ki Baat program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembered Milkha Singh. PM Modi said that Corona snatched Milkha Singh from us. He said that I had spoken to him. He had said that I am ready to boost the morale of the Olympic players.
PM Modi remembers Milkha Singh:
PA Modi said, talent, dedication and determination come together, then only one becomes a champion. Most of the players in our country come from small towns, cities and villages. There are many such players in our Olympic team going to Tokyo.
PM Modi said that with #cheer4India on social media, you can wish these players your best. If you want to do some other innovation, then definitely do that too. If you have any such idea, then the country should do it together for our players, then you will definitely send it to me. Let us all support our players going to Tokyo together.
Don't listen to rumors related to vaccine: PM
PM Modi said, the fight of our countrymen against Corona is going on, but in this fight together we are also achieving many extraordinary milestones. Just a few days back, our country has done an unprecedented job. The next phase of the vaccine campaign started on 21st June and on the same day the country also made a record of providing free vaccine to more than 86 lakh people and that too in a single day.
PM Modi said, a few days from now, on July 1, we will celebrate National Doctors Day. This day is dedicated to the birth anniversary of the great physician of the country, Dr BC Rai. We are all grateful for the contribution of doctors during the Corona period. Our doctors have served us without caring about their lives. That's why this time National Doctors Day becomes even more special.
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