Mann Ki Baat: Sacrifices of our soldiers will motivate us to end terrorism

What make this episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’ so special is that after the horrific Pulwama attack, this is the first time PM Modi addressed the Nation and it was also the last live broadcast of this row as during March-April India will witness its Lok Sabha Elections and due to imposition of Election Code of conduct no such programs could be aired. The PM will next be able to connect to his followers via this show from May.

Mann Ki Baat LIVE: Sacrifice of our soldiers will motivate us to end terrorism

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Sunday, addressed the citizens of India through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’, for the second time this year. Earlier in the day PM Modi had called this episode of Mann Ki Baat as ‘Special’, and added, “don’t say I didn’t tell you in advance.”

What make this episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’ so special is that after the horrific Pulwama attack, this is the first time PM Modi addressed the Nation and it was also the last live broadcast of this row as during March-April India will witness its Lok Sabha Elections and due to imposition of Election Code of conduct no such programs could be aired. The PM will next be able to connect to his followers via this show from May.

 

Highlights of the show:

-PM Modi wishes students for board exams.

-PM Modi talks about the War Memorial dedicated to our Armed Forces in the heart of Delhi, situated near India Gate and Amar Jawan Jyoti, “The National Soldiers’ Memorial is a symbol of the nation’s gratitude to those men who made the supreme sacrifice after we gained Independence,” said PM Modi.

– PM Modi announces War Memorial, after the Pulwama Attack, “India not having a #NationalWarMemorial used to surprise me, pain me a Memorial that would house the valour saga series of our brave soldiers who laid down their lives, safeguarding their nation’s security. And I took a resolve that the country must have such Memorial.”

-PM Modi remembers Martyrs, talk about their kin’s courage. PM Narendra Modi remembered Martyr Ratan Thakur of Bhagalpur, Bihar. He says, Thakur’s father will be sending his second son to army as well. He mentions Meena, wife of Martyr Prasanna Sahu of Jagatsinghpur, Odisha; Martyr Vijay Soren, whose son said he too would join the armed forces, after seeing his father draped in tri-colour.

-Army has resolved to wipe out terrorists from the country: PM Modi

-Sending a tough message to cross-border terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that sacrifices of CRPF jawans won’t go in vain. India has taken punitive actions within 100 hours of Pulwama attack.

-We shall have to take up this challenge facing our country, forgetting all barriers of casteism, communalism, regionalism and other difference, so that, our steps against terror are firmer, stronger and more decisive.

-Our armed forces have consistently displayed unparalleled courage and valour. On one hand, they have displayed exemplary capabilities in restoring peace; on other, they have retaliated in equal measure, in language attackers understand.

-PM urges the youth to take inspiration from the martyr’s family says, “I respectfully bow to all the brave sons of the country, who laid down their lives, protecting the honour of their motherland, India. This martyrdom will keep inspiring us relentlessly to uproot the very base of terrorism; it will fortify our resolve.”

He also urged the youth to take inspiration from the martyr’s family.

-PM Modi begins Mann Ki Baat remembering the Pulwama martyers. “They gave their lives to secure our lives,” he said.

-PM Modi offers condolences to the martyrs families and exhorts India to unite against terrorism.

The show is aired on All India Radio, DD News, DD National at 11:00 and is also streamed on YouTube channels Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Prime Minister’s office. One can also listen to Mann ki Baat via ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’ as well as on a toll free number 1922.

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