Mann Ki Baat: We saw the spirit of Aatmanirbhar Bharat in 2020- PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the Mann Ki Baat program on the last Sunday of the year 2020.

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Published on 27 Dec 2020 5:43 AM GMT

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New Delhi: The year 2020 began with protests against the CAA law, fighting the corona virus and finally the farmers' movement against the agricultural laws. During this time Prime Minister Narendra Modi boosted the morale of the countrymen in every way.

Mann ki Baat:

Explained the advantages of the laws implemented by the Center. At the same time, on the last Sunday of 2020, today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the Mann Ki Baat program. This is the last address of PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat program this year.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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