Delhi : PM Narendra Modi shares his thoughts with the nation on All India Radio in the Mann Ki Baat programme on Sunday at 11 am. PM Modi congratulated the students who passed the CBSE board exams and also encouraged those who failed.
He urged them not to be discouraged by failure and change themselves through action and hard-work. Modi urged students to choose their career according to their capabilities and said it is important that they realize their potential, capabilities and choose their path based on that.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that his government is committed to One Rank One Pension for ex-servicemen and no one should have any doubts about its implementation
Modi said, “Since 40 years this issue (One Rank, One Pension) has been hanging in the air. Previous governments have promised but done nothing to implement it. We’ve been working in this direction ever since we came to power.”
Modi reassured Army jawans that he will do everything he can for the sake of those who live and die for the nation. “My intentions are pure and my “Mann Ki Batt” that contains nothing other than truth, will reach the hearts of people”.
The Prime Minister said that the social welfare schemes launched by the government have generated tremendous response from the people and crores of people have joined them.
Calling upon people to observe ‘International Yoga Day’ across the country on June 21, he said that Yoga has become a catalytic agent to unite the world.
On the launch of Farmer centeric TV channel, DD Kisan, the Prime Minister said the Channel will help in taking new research technologies to the farmers and would provide information about best agricultural practices.
He further said that the channel is an open university for farmers.Modi ended his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ by reiterating his caution against the deadly heat and with a promise to return again with more of his thoughts in the next edition of his radio programme.
PM tweeted the link to his live radio programme this morning. The Programme is simultaneously broadcast live on all channels of All India Radio and Doordarshan. The Prime Minister has already interacted directly with the people in seven editions of the programme earlier.