Humanitarian forces should unite to counter terrorism: PM on 'Mann Ki Baat'

Humanitarian forces should unite to counter terrorism: PM on 'Mann Ki Baat'

Prime Minister Modi, while addressing the nation through the 38th edition of "Mann Ki Baat", said it was important to empower every citizen of the country and create an inclusive society.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the government was focussed to provide accessibility and opportunity to the specially-abled people of the country.

'We salute all those fearless women and men who were killed in 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, ' Modi said. Nobody can forget the sacrifice of civilians and fearless soldiers.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday appreciated the achievements of "divyangs" (the disabled) in various fields and praised them for their determination and courage.

The carnage was believed to be carried out in the financial capital by 10 terrorists from Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba, who came to Mumbai by sea route, on November 26, 2008, according to PTI.

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was present at a booth in Adajan area of Surat-West Assembly constituency, said a party release.

"Can you imagine how hard their task would have been to frame the Constitution of our country which has such big diversities?.Now, this is the responsibility of all of us to make a new India in the light of the thinking of the makers of our Constitution".

The Prime Minister also appreciated the initiatives taken by the farmers.

November 26 also happens to be Constitution Day, as it was on this day in 1949 when the Constitution of India was drafted. He highlighted how the Indian Navy has always helped nations in distress.

Congratulating the Indian Navy personnel on Navy Day which will be observed on 4th of next month PM said, Indian Navy secures and protects the maritime boundaries. He said, experiences and acts of valour of those from the armed forces who are the neighbours or acquaintances and related videos and pictures can be posted on #armedforcesflagday. He urged the farmers to use the advance technology in enhancing soil quality and lessen the use of urea by 2022. PM Modi also said India's glorious naval tradition dates back to times of the Chola Empire and the empire of Shivaji Maharaj.

The Prime Minister called on people to share their positive experiences this year with #PositiveIndia on the Narendra Modi App or MyGov portal.

Modi appealed to citizens to begin 2018 with a message of positivity.



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