New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through his radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat' at 11 am today. During this time, he spoke about a number of subjects. Speaking on the occasion, he said, "Incidentally, the last Sunday of the month falls on the day when Modi's leadership at the Centre is completing seven years. Over the years, the country has run on the mantra of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas',".
At the same time, he recounted the achievements of the Government during the programme and said, "Whatever achievements have been achieved in these 7 years have been that of the country and of the countrymen. We have experienced so many moments of national pride together over the years. I get messages from so many countrymen, their letters from all corners of the country. How many people thank the country for the first time that electricity has reached their village after 70 years. Many people say that our village is now connected to the city by a paved road".
He further said, "In these 7 years, India has worked to show a new direction to the world in 'digital transactions'. The easier you make digital payments in a jiffy anywhere today, it is proving to be very useful even in this time of corona". Further he added, 'Today, the seriousness and vigilance of the countrymen towards cleanliness is increasing. We are also launching record satellites and building record roads. In these 7 years alone, many old disputes in the country have also been resolved in full peace and harmony. Instill a new confidence of peace and development from north-east to Kashmir'.
PM Modi said, "When we see that India now moves on its resolve, not under the thinking and pressure of other countries, we are all proud. When we see that India now gives a befitting reply to those who conspire against it, our confidence increases". In this way, he discussed in his programme about the second wave of corona to the cyclone.