'Mann ki Baat': PM Modi hailed Indian Apps, says Indian Toys in Great Demand in Foreign Countries
'Mann ki Baat': PM Modi hailed Indian Apps, says Indian Toys in Great Demand in Foreign Countries

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi Addressed the 98th edition of the 'Mann Ki Baat' radio program. 'Mann ki Baat' is a monthly address, aired on All India Radio on the last Sunday of every month, through which Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with the people of India. During his Maan Ki Baat program, the PM said on Sunday that many nations are interested in India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

Prime Minister also said that the e-Sanjeevani App and UPI (Unified Payments Interface) system are shining examples of the power of the campaign digital India.  Speaking about the power of Digital India, Prime Minister said, “Many countries of the world are drawn towards India's UPI. Only a few days ago, UPI-PayNow Link has been launched between India and Singapore. Now, people of Singapore and India are transferring money from their mobile phones in the same way as they do within their respective countries.”

Modi further said that India Apps has done very well at the time of Covid and also gave examples of how it helps doctors and Patients. He added, "Through this app, teleconsultation, that is, while sitting far away, through video conference, you can consult a doctor about your illness. Till now, the number of teleconsultants using this app has crossed the figure of 10 crore. This amazing bond between a patient and a doctor is a big achievement. For this achievement, I congratulate all the doctors and patients who have availed of this facility. This is a living example of how the people of India have made technology a part of their lives."

PM Modi also opens up about the toys made up in India and said that Indian Toys are in Great Demand. He added, "In Mann ki Baat when we referred to Indian toys. My fellow citizens have promoted this too, readily. Nowadays Indian toys have become a such craze that their demand has increased even in foreign countries. When we spoke of the Indian genre of story-telling in 'Mann ki Baat, their fame also reached far and wide. People started getting attracted to the Indian story-telling genre more and more."

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