Mann Ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi to address 83rd edition of the radio programme, Discusses Omicron variant

New Delhi: Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is speaking to the country on his radio show, 'Mann Ki Baat.' "#AmritMahotsav should be full of colours of art, culture, singing, and music," Prime Minister Modi said in his speech. Indeed, he stated, "The Amrit Mahotsav of Freedom motivates people across the country to take action. Simultaneously, he declared, "I am not in power now, and I have no desire to be in power tomorrow. 'All I want to be is a servant.'

"There is a location in Western Australia called Perth that is famous for cricket," he said. A Sekared India Gallery exists. Jagattarini ji, an Australian resident, put forth a lot of work to make this happen. He was born there but spent 13 years in Vrindavan. Even after she returned, she said she couldn't forget Vrindavan. As a result, they established a Vrindavan there. People who visit get to observe India's pilgrimage and culture. Lord Krishna is also seen lifting the Govardhan Mountain on his little finger in an artwork. 'I heartily congratulate him on his Krishna bhakti.'

"When we preserve nature, nature also protects us," he stated at the same time. In Tamil Nadu, this is an example of Tutuguri. Many parts of the country were in danger of drowning in the sea. Nature was the source of the remedy. Special plants were put on them, which were then washed away by storms and water. Similar initiatives are being conducted in other parts of the world. He also spoke with Rajesh Kumar, who has given Ayushman Card treatment.

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