In the 66th edition of montly radio program 'Mann Ki Baat', Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday talked about many issues including Ladakh, Coronavirus and Unlock.
On the Ladakh clash, PM Modi said that India knows to be friendly with its neighbours, then it also knows how to give proper answers at the required time. He said, "On the land of India in Ladakh, those looking towards us have received a befitting reply. Our brave soldiers have shown that they will never let down the glory of Mother India".
PM Modi further said, "The entire nation is paying tribute to our brave soldiers who have been martyred in Ladakh. The whole country is grateful to them. Like the families of these companions, every Indian is also experiencing the pain of losing them".
Modi said that India knows how to maintain friendship as well as give appropriate answers.
"No mission can be completed without public participation. Therefore, as a citizen in the direction of Atma Nirbhar Bharat, we all have a lot of determination, dedication and cooperation. Be vocal for the local, then understand that you are playing your role towards strengthening the country," he said.
He said, "The world has seen India's strength and our commitment to peace".
The world has seen India's strength and our commitment to peace. pic.twitter.com/TlM9F0D0lJ
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) June 28, 2020
He added that we have to be more vigilant during the unlock than lockdown. "Always remember that if you do not wear a mask, do not follow social distancing, or do not take other necessary precautions, you are putting yourself as well as others at risk," he said.
PM Modi said, "A few days ago, Cyclone Amphan arrived at the eastern end of the country, and Cyclone Nisarga was seen at the western end. In many states, our farmers are troubled by the attack of locusts, earthquakes in many parts of the country. Amidst all this, the country is also dealing with the challenges put forth by some of our neighbours. Simultaneous disasters of this level are rarely seen. Problems and challenges come, but we should not consider 2020 as bad".