PM MODI IN ‘MANN KI BAAT’ ASKED ‘3 GENERATIONS’ TO COME TOGETHER FOR 3RD. YOGA DAY :

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation through his radio programme Mann ki Baat :(1)On the start of Ramzan, I convey my greetings to people across the world. India’s diversity is our strength. We are proud that people from all faiths live in India in a harmonious manner.  (2) I said that during the holidays get out of your comfort zone, do something new. I am glad lot of people shared their experiences with me.  (3)   I am happy to see youngsters are taking interest in lives of our freedom fighters, who spent their lives in jail. Today we remember Veer Savarkar on his Jayanti. He spent time at the Kaala Pani and there he wrote a lot.  (4) People from all over India were imprisoned in the cellular jail.  (5) Our ancestors conserved nature, we must show the same compassion towards future generations.   (6)  Yoga is integrating the world today. Yoga guarantees both wellness and fitness. I got a very interesting suggestion- since its third Yoga Day, why not three generations of a family come together and practice Yoga  (7) I am very happy people are evaluating our work in great detail. I welcome this. Constructive criticism strengthens our democracy.  (8) Mann ki Baat has connected me with every Indian, in a very special way. Two days ago, there was a book on Mann ki Baat that was launched at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Those working on the Mann ki Baat book released day before yesterday interacted with me. The art work was done by a UAE-based artist, Akbar Saheb. He did not charge any money for his artwork. This was a great gesture.  The Rediff.com : 28th. May,17

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