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Modi’s 41st Mann ki Baat highlights

Modi’s 41st Mann ki Baat highlights

On Sunday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country, doing his 41st “Mann ki Baat” program.

In this speech, he talked about the value of science and technology, and the need to use it to benefit the welfare of humankind.

He mentioned that technology and artificial intelligence should be used to benefit the underprivileged and impoverished, just as much as it benefits people who can easily afford it.

Modi also talked about the accidents caused by human negligence.

He encourages people to stay vigilant and follow rules, in order to prevent such dangerous accidents from occurring.

Modi also made a specific mention of artificial intelligence in his speech. He urged scientists to find ways to use artificial intelligence to enhance the lives of disabled people, referring to them as “our ‘divyang’ brothers and sisters”.

Modi also talked about the Budget’s emphasis on “waste to energy” and “waste to wealth”, which is accomplished through bio-gas for villages under the “Swacch Bharat” initiative.

He spoke of “GOBAR-Dhan” (Galvanizing Organic Bio-Agro Resources), which will help with waste collection and generating rural employment.

Modi wants to ensure that the Budget is spent on programs that will be able to benefit all Indians, regardless of wealth or status.

Modi also made a special mention of a new festival that was celebrated in Chhattisgarh.

This festival is known as “Trash Mahotsav”, which has an objective to utilize waste in creative ways and to spread awareness about the various ways people can reuse their trash.

Modi also talked about the importance of including women in society.

He said how the vision of a “New India” places women as equals with men, since both men and women must play important roles in developing India.

Most of all, he emphasizes that all Indians spread brotherhood, peace, and unity among one another.

Image credit: Prime Minister’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ on All India Radio image by Narendra Modi is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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