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Diwali’s Mann Ki Baat highlights

Diwali’s Mann Ki Baat highlights

The October edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was held on October 30 on the occasion of Diwali. Modi talked about various issues of India in the program. It aired at 11 a.m on All India Radio. Modi asked the people to share their ideas as well.

First he talked about how Diwali is a celebration of cleanliness. He said that even though celebrations go on India all through the year, Diwali is a festival that gives importance to purity. He said that everyone cleans their house and that the country is a home to everyone.

Modi said that Diwali has a global presence now with many world leaders honoring it. Modi asked the citizens to pay a tribute to the society in this Diwali. He said that people should think of Diwali as part of Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan and keep their neighborhood clean.

He asked everyone to spread message of cleanliness. He asked parents to monitor their kids well when they are bursting crackers.

Then he talked about the soldiers of India who are protecting the country. He appreciated the dedication and love of Jawans for their country. He talked about how selfless their service and sacrifice is.

Adding to that, he talked about the unprovoked firing from Pakistan which violates the ceasefire. He said that the soldiers of India have been putting their lives as shields to protect the nation. This Diwali should be celebrated in their name.

PM also thanked the citizens of India for supporting the security forces and jawans protecting us. Since the soldiers have been sacrificing themselves since the last month, this Diwali should be celebrated in their name.

Many people from all over the country sent messages of love and encouragement to Indian soldiers as part of the #Sandesh2Soliders initiative. Modi appreciated them all.

Finally Modi talked about remembering the ideologies of Sardar Patel. This is because of the celebration of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary and remembering Indira Gandhi on October 31.

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