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Mann Ki Baat | We must not put pressure on our players going to #Tokyo2020 but #Cheer4India: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio broadcast “Mann Ki Baat” referred to the forthcoming Tokyo Olympics and lauded the contributions of legendary Milkha Singh, who recently passed away following Covid illness.

Talking about Olympics 2020, we cannot forget our legendary athlete Milkha Singh ji. Only a few days back he lost his life against Covid-19 : PM Modi

Several athletes participating in #TokyoOlympics inspires us a lot. Pravin Jadhav has struggled a lot to ensure to reach this level : PM

Champions are made with a combination of Talent, Dedication, Determination & Sportsman Spirit. Many of our athletes have faced troubled when starting out but their persistence paid off: PM
Priyanka Goswami from Uttar Pradesh inspires us. Her father is a bus conductor. She was inspired with the bag given to medal winners. This year, she has participated race walking competition for the first time : PM
We must not put pressure on our players going to #Tokyo2020 but #Cheer4India: PM

Today, we are giving ‘MadeInIndia’ vaccine shots free of cost to lakhs of people in a day. This is the strength of New India : PM
We must ensure that people, especially those living in remotest parts of the country, to overcome #COVIDVaccine hesitancy: PM
I have taken both my #COVIDVaccine shots. Even my mother, who is almost 100 years old has taken the vaccine. I urge all citizens to not fall prey to rumours about the #COVIDVaccination but take the jab as soon as possible: PM
There are many villages in India that have achieved the target of administering 100% Vaccination to all 18+ citizens; Like there is a Bandipura district in Kashmir that has achieved this target: PM
We must not only follow COVID protocols like wearing a mask, maintaining 2 gaj doori, & sanitizing our hands but also get #Vaccinated: PM
While a year back we were wondering about when will India get its own #COVIDVaccines and now a year later we are breaking records under world’s #LargestVaccineDrive: PM
I urge more women in villages to get involved in the vaccination process. There are times when people accept what mothers and sisters say : PM
This Monsoon season has also arrived in our country. The rainwater percolates down and improves the groundwater level: PM
Rain water also collects in the ground, which improves the water level of the ground. That’s why I consider water conservation as a form of service to the nation: PM
On 1st July we will celebrate #NationalDoctorsDay. We must pay tribute to our doctors who ensured that India did not succumb to the challenges posed by #COVID19: PM

 

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