Maan ki baat: PM Narendra Modi, on the radio on last day of the year 2017

Maan ki baat: PM Narendra Modi, on the radio on last day of the year 2017

December 31, on the last day of the year 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation in the 39th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’. The Prime Minister said that the time will change after a few hours but our talks will continue. Modi said, “Many good wishes to all of you for the new year 2018.” Modi further said that the festival of Christmas was celebrated with great enthusiasm. This festival gives everyone a message of service. The Prime Minister inspires people, remembering the contribution of Jesus Christ, Ramkrishna Paramahansa, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

PM Modi said, “In our country, there is the talk of unemployment, that is, such a service in which there is no expectation. It has been said – ‘Seva Paramo Dharma’ ‘Jiv Seva Shiva-Shiva-Seva’ and Gurudev Ramkrishna Paramahansa would have said – help others by inspiring from Lord Shiva. These are all equal human values all over the world.

Modi said, “1st January is the special day for me. Those who are born in the year 2000 or later, they will start becoming voters from 1 January 2018. Indian democracy welcomes New India voters.” The PM appealed to the youth to register themselves as voters. Modi said, “Being a 21st century voter, you too will feel proud. Your vote will be the basis of New India. The power of votes is the biggest power in the democracy.

The vote is the most effective means of bringing positive change in the lives of millions of people. The PM appealed the youth to come forward for the ‘New India’. PM also said,” I would like to inform the youth about all the plans and Any arrangements will be made so that they can get new information.”

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