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We must welcome 2022 with collective responsibility to defeat COVID: PM Modi in 2021's last 'Mann Ki Baat'

The first episode of 'Mann Ki Baat' programme was broadcast on Oct 3, 2014.

India TV News Desk Written by: India TV News Desk New Delhi Updated on: December 26, 2021 12:27 IST
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We must welcome 2022 with collective responsibility to defeat COVID: PM Modi in 2021's last 'Mann Ki Baat'.

Highlights

  • PM Modi addresses nation in the 84th episode of his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat'
  • Omicron - new variant of Covid has knocked our doors: PM Modi said in 'Mann Ki Baat'
  • This is Mann Ki Baat's programme last edition of the year 2021

Mann Ki Baat HIGHLIGHTS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation in the 84th episode of his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat' on Sunday. This is the last edition of the year. 

"Mann ki Baat" is the Prime Minister's monthly radio address, which is broadcast on the last Sunday of every month. The programme is broadcast on the entire network of AIR and Doordarshan and also on AIR News and mobile app.

Mann Ki Baat TOP POINTS:

11:30 am | The next Mann Ki Baat will take place in the year 2022. Let us keep innovating, doing new things and always keep in mind the progress of our nation and the empowerment of our fellow Indians: PM 

11:25 am | There is a massive 'Swachhata Abhiyaan' even in the highest levels of government: PM 

11:23 am | As usual, India is filled with innovative efforts to further Swachhata Abhiyaan: PM Modi

11:21 am | It is our duty to preserve and popularise our culture. It is equally gladdening to see global efforts that celebrate Indian culture: PM 

11:20 am | In an era where screen time is increasing, let us also make reading books popular: PM Modi 

11:19 am | Let us make reading more popular. I urge you all to share which books you read this year. This way you will help others make their reading list for 2022: PM 

11:17 am | India is marking 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' through innovative ways. One such effort was held in Lucknow recently: Narendra Modi

11:15 am | Like every year, we will have 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' early next year in 2022: PM Modi 

11:13 am | We have to keep taking precautions against COVID in the wake of the new variant: PM Modi

11:10 am | India's vaccination numbers are rising and this shows the innovative zeal of our scientists and the trust of our people: PM

11:07 am | India is fighting COVID-19 thanks to the spirited effort by our Jan Shakti, says PM Modi through Mann Ki Baat

11:05 am | For me, Mann Ki Baat is not about highlighting the work of the Government, which could have been easily done. Instead, it is about collective efforts by grassroots level change-makers, says PM Modi

Earlier, the Prime Minister had called citizens to share their views for this edition of 'Mann ki Baat'. 

Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister had said, "I have been receiving several inputs for this month's Mann Ki Baat on the 26, which will be the last one of 2021. The inputs cover so many different areas and celebrate the life journeys of several people working to bring grassroots level changes. Keep sharing your views."

The first episode of the programme was broadcast on October 3, 2014. In his last episode of Mann Ki Baat, which was broadcast on November 28, the Prime Minister had lauded the armed forces on completion of 50 years of India's victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war.

 

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