Mann Ki Baat: PM Recalls 2010 Allahabad HC Ayodhya Verdict, Remembers Sardar Patel; Key Highlights
The Prime Minister also reiterated his message from previous broadcast - to honour women and to dedicate this Diwali to women power of the country.
The Prime Minister also reiterated his message from his previous broadcast, to honour women and to dedicate this Diwali to women power of the country.
The key highlights from today’s broadcast include:
The reference to Allahabad High Court’s Ayodhya verdict:
Prime Minister Modi recalled that how when in September 2010, Allahabad High Court gave its verdict on Ram Janmbhoomi, several interest groups were trying to use the situation for their benefit.
“But when verdict came, thanks to the people of India, social organisations, saints, seers and leaders of all faiths, it became a day that furthered unity and the judiciary was also respected,” PM said.
PM’s statement ahead of Ayodhya verdict is being considered as an indirect message to the people, social organisations, saints and seers to help in upkeep of peace across the country.
Statue of Unity:
PM highligjted how Statue of Unity has helped boost tourism in the region. He said over 26 lakh tourists have visited Statue of Unity.
The Statue Of Unity can become a source of study. We have seen how, within a span of one year, a place develops into a world famous tourism destination,” he said.
Tribute to Sardar Patel:
Paying tributes to Sardar Patel, the stalwart who unified India, PM Modi said “ let us always promote the spirit of unity, as Sardar Patel would have desired.”
“ We all know about Sardar Patel’s efforts towards unifying some of the bigger places such as Hyderabad and Junagadh. But, do you know such was the man that he also focused on smaller places like Lakshadweep,” PM said.
Clean Siachen Drive:
"Our soldiers at Siachen Glacier are not only protecting the borders but also conducting the 'Clean Siachen' drive. For this commitment, I salute the Indian Army. In such conditions to segregate garbage and ensure its management is a a very important work in itself," PM said.
PM Modi remembers Guru Nanak Dev:
November 12, 2019- the world will celebrate 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Ji as Prakash Utsav, who had not only impacted India, but countries across the world honour him for his wisdom and ideals. “From Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji we learn the importance of service. Let us pledge to realise the ideals of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji,” Modi said.
PM Modi’s statement is significant as it comes ahead of first batch of Kartarpur pilgrimage to Pakistan.
PM Modi said that today Diwali has become a global festival. “Festival tourism has its own charm all over the world. Ours is a country of festivals and with unique festivals like Diwali, Onam, Bihu, Pongal, India has immense possibilities in this area,” he said.
Bharat Ki Laxmi:
Modi also kick-started a "Bharat Ki Laxmi" campaign where he discussed about the women who have brought a great change in the society.
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