Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke Mann Ki Baat through radio today. This was the last Mann Ki Baat of the year. In this he warned against Covid. The PM has appealed to the countrymen that Corona has not gone anywhere, so be careful. He said that wear a mask, caution is the only protection from Covid-19.
New Delhi: In the 96th episode of Mann Ki Baat, which is the last episode of this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked in detail about 2022, saying that this year the country gained a new momentum. The various successes of 2022 have created a special place for India all over the world. 2022 means the record of crossing the incredible figure of 220 crore vaccines by India, 2022 means adopting the resolution of self-reliant India by the people of the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday advised citizens to follow all Covid protocols including wearing masks and washing hands regularly to stay safe from the infection. PM made the remark in his monthly and 2022’s last edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’.
“You are also seeing that corona is increasing in many countries of the world, so we have to take more care of precautions like masks and hand washing. If we are vigilant, then we will be safe and there will be no hindrance in our gaiety,” Modi said on his last Mann ki Baat show of 2022.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in China, paralysing the country’s healthcare system, the Centre has laid out several guidelines that can help Indians tide against the BF.7 Covid-19 variant.
“Next time, we will meet in 2023. I wish all of you the best for the year 2023. May this year also be special for the country, may the country keep touching new heights, together we have to take a resolution as well as make it come true,” Modi said on the show.
The prime minister said the outgoing year, 2022, has been inspirational to India in many ways.
Modi also spoke on evidence-based research in the context of scriptures like yoga and Ayurveda.
“When it comes to modern medical science, the most important thing is – evidence. Lack of evidence-based research in the context of our scriptures like yoga and ayurveda has always been a challenge which has been a part of Indian life for centuries- results are visible, but the evidence is not. But, I am happy that in the era of evidence-based medicine, yoga and ayurveda are now standing up to the touchstone of tests of the modern era,” Modi said.
“All of you must have heard about the Tata Memorial Center in Mumbai. This institute has earned a name for itself in research, innovation and cancer care. An intensive research done by this centre has revealed that yoga is very effective for breast cancer patients. Tata Memorial Center has presented the results of its research at the very prestigious breast cancer conference held in America. These results have attracted the attention of the world’s biggest experts,” Modi added.
He said, “Friends, I would also like to inform the listeners of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ about ‘Quemashree’ ji, who lives in Gadak district of Karnataka. In the South, ‘Quemshree’ has been continuously engaged for the last 25 years in the mission of reviving the art-culture of Karnataka. You can imagine how great his Tpasya is! Earlier he was associated with the profession of Hotel Management. But, his attachment to his culture and tradition was so deep that he made it his mission.”
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