New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in the New Year. Prime Minister Modi said that this is the first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ of 2023 and the 97th episode of the programme. The Prime Minister said that every year the month of January is full of festivals. Festivals are being celebrated in this month from north to south. Also referring to the Republic Day, the Prime Minister said that the programs organized during this period are being highly appreciated. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi’s countrymen also shared their ideas for the country’s development while talking about New India.
Prime Minister Modi said that India is the largest democracy in the world and we Indians are also proud that our country is also the mother of democracy. Democracy is in our veins, in our culture. The Prime Minister said that it has been an integral part of our work for centuries. So by nature we are a democratic society.
Prime Minister Modi said that many aspects of the Republic Day celebrations are being appreciated. Pulkit of Jaisalmer wrote to me that it was a great pleasure to see the workers making duty passes during the parade on January 26. He further said that Jaya had written from Kanpur that she was delighted to see various aspects of Indian culture in the tableaux included in the parade. The women camel riders and the women’s troop, who are participating in this parade for the first time, are also being highly appreciated. The Prime Minister said, Friends, today the G-20 summit is going on continuously in every corner of India and I am happy that in every corner of the country, wherever the G-20 summit is being held, nutritious and delicious dishes made from millets are being served. He said, you can imagine how much this effort of the country and the increasing demand of millet in the world will give strength to our small farmers.
Earlier in this program we have talked about waste to wealth i.e. from waste to wealth, but let’s discuss about e-waste related to this today. He said that today’s latest devices are also the e-waste of the future. Whenever one buys a new device or replaces his old device, it is important to keep in mind that it is disposed of properly. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that this time the tribal community and people associated with tribal life were well represented in the Padma awards. He said that the names of Dhaniram Toto, Janum Singh Soya and B Ramakrishna Reddy Ji are now familiar to the whole country. Prime Minister Modi said that tribal communities are an integral part of our land, our heritage. Their contribution to the development of the country and society is very important. Honoring the personality working for them will also inspire the new generation