Prime Minister Modi began his address by remembering the jawans who got martyred during the war of Kargil in 1999, in the show “Mann ki Baat.” He also talked about the threat of covid-19. Coronavirus is spreading faster than ever before.
Coronavirus is spreading faster than ever before, and its threat is very high, PM Modi said on Sunday. Addressing the whole country through radio show Mann Ki Baat which is broadcasted on a monthly basis, he said social distancing and wearing have to continue in a strict manner. The prime minister added if you feel tired to wear a mask, then you should think about the COVID warriors who are fighting the war against coronavirus in such extreme conditions, putting their lives in danger.
“Today, the COVID-19 recovery rate in our country is better than others. Our fatality rate is much less than most of the other countries. We managed to save the lives of lakhs of people, but the threat of coronavirus is not over yet. It is spreading fast in many areas. We need to remain vigilant”, said Prime Minister Modi.
“Villages have been making extraordinary efforts against Covid-19,” PM Narendra Modi said, shedding light on the various administrations and innovative ideas being taken into actions in some villages. “With a positive approach, a disaster can be turned around into opportunity,” the Prime Minister added.
The Prime Minister also applauded the groups in various regions, including Bihar, Jharkhand, and some northeastern areas, for their efforts to promote the local products in the harsh conditions of COVID-19 pandemic, as a step towards self-sufficient India.
He also said that on the upcoming August 15 of the current year, Independence Day of India would be celebrated under the circumference of Covid-19 restrictions.
Prime Minister Modi expressed solidarity with all those people who are affected by floods in India, especially in Bihar, where the situation is really worse. All the administrations, including Centre up to the local administrations, NDRF, and some social organizations, are trying to help in all possible ways to those who are affected, PM Modi said.
Well, the day being the Kargil Vijay Diwas, Prime Minister Modi recalled the bravery of the Indian soldiers during the war of Kargil,1999. “21 years ago, on this day, our army won the Kargil war. India was then trying to have cordial relations with Pakistan, but it is said that it is in the nature of the wicked to have enmity with everyone for no reason”, said the Prime Minister.
He also remembered Mahatma Gandhi, his ideologies, and the words of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee when he was addressing the nation from Red Fort in 1999. Our country is celebrating the 21st anniversary of our victory in the war of Kargil on Sunday.
Talking about Rakshabandhan, which is coming on August 3 this year, Prime Minister Modi said that our society is linking it to “vocal and local,” which means its chance to support our country’s local businesses.