On the day of Diwali, PM Modi will address people, asks suggestions from countrymen

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak with the citizens on Diwali this month, 27 October. PM Modi himself has given information about this by tweeting. PM Modi has also sought suggestions from people for this program. PM Modi tweeted and wrote, 'Mann ki Baat' will happen on October 27 of this month. On the day of Diwali '. PM Modi has also appealed to the people to give suggestions for this program.

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PM Modi has said that people can give their suggestions by calling 1800-11-7800 or writing on NaMo App or MyGov Open Forum. Earlier on September 29, PM Modi addressed the public through his radio program 'Mann Ki Baat'. PM Modi had mentioned a unique activity 'plogging' in this program. Collecting garbage while jogging is called 'plogging'. PM Modi was very impressed with this idea and called upon all the countrymen to walk two km on 2 October, collect garbage and participate in this process of 'plogging'.

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PM Modi had entrusted the responsibility to the Sports Ministry in this regard. PM Modi reiterated his strong stand against single-use plastics and invited Indians to join the movement against it on Gandhi Jayanti.

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