PM Modi speaks in Mann Ki Baat the biggest effect of the Corona crisis is on the poor, labor, and working class. Many shoppers have put up large pipelines in the shop for two yards, in which, from one end they put up goods, and customers take their luggage from the other end. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation through the All India Radio program ‘ Mann Ki Baat ‘ amidst the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. This was the 65 episode of the monthly radio program. PM Modi, while addressing the public for the third time during the lockdown, said that the impact of corona did not touch our minds. At the time of the last Mann Ki Baat, passenger trains, buses, air services were closed. This time a lot has been opened. Corona mortality rate also very low in our country, PM Mod said that with all precautions, airplanes have started flying, gradually the industry has started running, that is, a large part of the economy has now been opened.
In this, we need to be more vigilant. The fight against Corona is being fought very strongly with all collective efforts in the country. Our population is many times higher than in most countries, yet the corona in our country could not spread as fast as it spread to other countries of the world. The corona mortality rate is also very low in our country. We all have sorrow for the loss that has been caused. But whatever we have been able to save is certainly the result of the collective will of the country. Our greatest strength is the service power of the countrymen and another power with the will of the countrymen is our greatest strength in this battle and that is the service power of the countrymen. I have discussed many times the service that our doctors, nursing staff, sweepers, policemen, media colleagues are doing. I have also mentioned that in Mann Ki Baat. The number of people who dedicate everything to the service is countless.
Countless stories of diligence these days, countless stories of the hard work of the women’s self-help group from all parts of the country that we are facing are coming before us these days. In villages, towns, our sisters and daughters, making masks every day. All social institutions are also cooperating with them in this work. Another thing that touched my mind is innovation in this hour of crisis, from villages to cities, from small traders to startups, to our labs, in the battle with corona, new ways, new innovations are doing. I was seeing many pictures in the social media that came to such a modern time from the journey of mankind. Many shoppers have put up large pipelines in the shop for two yards, in which, from one end they put up goods, and customers take their luggage from the other end. With the will to change any situation, much depends on innovation. The journey of mankind for thousands of years has consistently reached such a modern era of innovation.
The biggest injury to this crisis is that there is no class in our country on the poor, the laborers, the labor class, which is not in difficulty, not in distress, and if anybody is lying on the biggest injury of this crisis, it is lying on our poor, the laborers, the labor class. Their suffering, their pain, their suffering cannot be said in words. This path of the fight against the corona is long. A disaster that the whole world has no cure for. Which has no earlier experience? We are experiencing new challenges and difficulties. Everybody is working day and night with our railways. Be it the center, the state, the institutions of local Swaraj-everybody is working day and night. Just as the railway employees are engaged today, they are also the corona warriors standing in the frontline in away. The scene that we are seeing today has also given the country an opportunity to observe what happened in the past and learn for the future.
Today, in the agony of our laborers, we can see the agony of the eastern part of the country. The development of that eastern part is very essential. Somewhere the skill mapping of workers is happening, somewhere startups are engaged in this work, somewhere there is talk of creating a migration commission. At the same time, the decisions taken by the central government are open to the huge potential of employment, self-employment, and small scale industries in the villages. I will wait for your suggestions to tell you for information pm Narendra Modi tweeted last Monday to seek suggestions from people for the Mann ki Baat program. PM Modi wrote that I will wait for your suggestions for the Mann ki Baat program on 31st May 2020. For this, you can send a message by recording at 1800-11-7800. You can also write on namo app or Mygov. subscribe chauhansameer.com for delhi news, latest delhi news, delhi news today.