Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the nation in his radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ spoke on the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and warned those instigating the youth in the valley. The PM said People who are putting innocent young boys forward to disrupt peace in Kashmir, one day they will have to answer to these boys.
While addressing Kashmiris has said that unity and motherhood should be the ‘Mantra’ for living a peaceful life. He showed confidence in all political parties in Kashmir and said that they are united on the Kashmir issue. “They sent a message to the world, to the separatists and reached out to the people of Kashmir.”
Ahead of Ganesh festival, PM Modi urged people not use Ganesh idols made from Plaster of Paris as it harms the environment. He asked to use only clay idols and protect. He said Swachch Bharat Mission has become every Indian’s dream and congratulates those who have contributed in the construction of toilets in the rural areas.
PM requested the citizens to make a 2-3 minute short film on cleanliness and submit it. The best entries will be awarded on 2nd October, Gandhi Jayanti.
PM insisted the importance of having a ‘guru’ in life and said that 5th September is not only Teachers Day but a day of learning as well. He congratulated Gopichand, P V Sindhu’s coach and said that he is a great coach. Modi praised Indian Rio contingent including Dipa Karmakar and Lalita Babar for their amazing performance at Rio Olympics.
All the medals that we have won at Rio Olymics, it is all because of our daughters’ endeavours, said Modi.