'Mann ki Baat' is a radio programme, aired on All India Radio on last Sunday of every month, through which Prime Minister interacts with the nation.
India, the major producer of hydroxychloroquine, has promised to supply the drug to 55 countries, including Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar as well.
Only a courageous leader can communicate with his people to proactively caution them about the looming threats, urging them not to get complacent, and never underestimate the pandemics. The fight against the unknown virus is a long haul, and the PM didn't mince words to convey it.
"In over-enthusiasm, there should be no negligence at the local level or elsewhere. We will always have to remain cautious. And, I will reiterate, always maintain a safe distance and keep yourself healthy," said the Prime Minister.
Through the medium of this platform, the government has linked volunteers of social organizations, representatives of civil society and local administration with each other.
"I extend many felicitations to all the followers of Lord Basaveshwara in our country and the world on his birth anniversary."
The Prime Minister stated that it is believed that this was the day when Pandavas got Akshaya Paatra with the blessings of Lord Krishna and Suryadev. Akshaya Paatra signifies a bowl which is never short of food.
Speaking about the harmful habit of spitting, Prime Minister Modi said that now the time has come to eradicate this bad habit from our lives.
"Some are donating vegetables grown on farms; others are feeding the underprivileged. Some are making masks, at places. Our construction workers are whitewashing and painting the schools meant for quarantine stay," added Modi.
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