PM Modi 76 Episode Mann Ki Baat comes as a roll of India under the second wave of Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed the nation through ‘Mann Ki Baat’ and warned residents of the fall of a rumor around the Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine. He also urges everyone to find information about viruses only through reliable sources in the 76th edition of his monthly radio program.
PM further said that the center fought with all the power to support all countries but the main role in the war against Covid-19 pandemics was played by doctors, nurses and frontline workers.
“I begged all of you to find information on Covid-19 through a reliable source. I saw many doctors have been brought to social media to share information in Covid-19 and also offer consultation,” he said while overcoming the 76th episode of The monthly radio program is Mann Ki Baat.
On the show, PM Modi spoke with two doctors, one from Mumbai and the others from Jammu and Kashmir about the nature of the virus in the second phase, and urged residents to find information on Covid-19 only through original sources and did not fall prey to the information wrong. He also turned nurse in Bhopal and Bengaluru asked them about their experience in dealing with Covid-19 patients. “Nurse staff and doctors do their job well and they are inspiration for us,” said PM Modi.
Hopefully everyone on the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti, PM says the discourse of spiritual leaders inspired us to practice our savings and restraints. “It’s also the month of Saleh Ramzan. Buddh Purnima and the 400th birth warnings of Bahadur Teachers also come. Tagore Jayanti is also approaching. Throughout today taught us a lesson – to do our job well. If we are diligent, we will be able to overcome the crisis This soon, “said PM.
Address PM came when India rolled under the second wave of Coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday, India recorded 349,691 fresh covid-19 cases with new daily high, taking infection calculations to 16,960,172. 2,767 people died of a virus in 24 hours, taking the total state death to 192,311.