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Mann Ki Baat Live Updates: PM Modi winds up his speech, reminds people to take care of their health

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11:35 am: 

PM Modi finishes his speech, reminds people to take care of their health in the rainy season.

11:33 am:

PM Modi: Gives his best wishes for the upcoming festivals in August. Reminds people to take care of their health in the rainy season.

11:30 am: 

PM Modi: Congratulates Hima Das for her success in 400m run chase in Finland. Congratulates other athletes and para-athletes for their success.

11:25 am: 

PM Modi: Remembers freedom fighter Chandrashekar Azad on his birthday celebrated on July 23.

11:20 am:

PM Modi: Reminds of leader Lokmanya Tilak and his contribution for the country. It was due to Tilak that Ganpati Utsav is celebrated widely today. Requests to celebrate eco-friendly Ganesh Utsav.

11:15 am: 

PM Modi: Speaks about Pandarpur Wari yatra being celebrated in Maharashtra on 23rd July. Talks about ‘Saints’ tradition.

11:11 am:

PM Modi: Gives example of student Asharam Choudhary who cracked AIIMS exam. Boosts confidence of students and youth. Speaks about two youth who used technology for betterment for the country.

11:10 am: 

PM Modi: Speaks about the youth getting admission in new colleges and gives them best wishes.

11:05 am:

PM Modi: Speaks about the demise of poet Niraj ji. Says his works gives inspiration

11:00 am:

PM Modi starts his Mann ki Baat. Speaks about the rainy season. Speaks about Thailand incident where children were trapped inside a cave.

10:50 am:

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will communicate with 1.3 billion people on Sunday though his brainchild “Mann Ki Baat”. It will the 46th episode of programme which started in 2014, after the Bharatiya Janata Party came to power at the Centre. In the latest episode, Modi might start his conversation by congratulating Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf leader Imran Khan who secured a majority in the recent elections.

It is also expected that Modi would share his experiences of his recent visit to Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa. The premier might speak on the recent mob lynching cases and increasing rapes of minors. As Modi is known for his involvement at digital platform, he might speak about his recent interaction with farmers and women, through video conferencing. He might congratulate Hima Das for her achievement in sports.

In the previous session of Mann Ki Baat, Modi had spoken about International Yoga Day, recalled the horrific Jallianwala Bagh incident and referred doctors as friends. He also said that GST will be one biggest tax reform in the world and remembered Guru Nanak Dev and Dr Syama Prasad Mukherjee. Ending his speech, Modi said that sports are great mediums for the integration of society and also Modi praised to the great saint Kabir Das.

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