Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Mann Ki Baat of Prime Minister Modi – we are with Nepal in this crisis period
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This is the seventh release of the radio broadcast started in October a year ago in which the Prime Minister imparts his thoughts with the nation. In the most recent days wherever I went, we were praised for our endeavours in clearing nationals of diverse nations. In Yemen too, Indian forces made an extraordinary showing in protecting individuals from all countries in the midst of heavy firing.
When we lost to Australia in cricket, what a few individuals did towards our group, it was not right. “Jay” (win) and “Parajay” (lose) are a piece of life.
Students would be anticipating getting a charge out of excursions. I wish them for the same. Do have a good time and learn new things.
I am pleased with India’s little girls Saina Nehwal and Sania Mirza for getting to be number 1 in their games.
In this hour of emergency we are with Nepal. Massive destruction has occurred because of seismic tremor in Nepal and India. The impact of the tremor in Nepal is awful.
In Sunday’s episode of his month to month radio broadcasting Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi guaranteed each conceivable help to the quake hit Nepal and said that India is with it right now of emergency.
Modi said that India would attempt its best to “wipe the tears” of the people of Nepal and do whatever it can to help them hold over the emergency taking after the destructive quake.
“My dear brothers and sisters of Nepal, India is with you in this hour of sorrow. For 125 crore Indians, Nepal is their own. India will try its hardest to wipe the tears of each Nepali, hold their hands and stand with them”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his radio broadcast ‘Mann ki Baat’.
Offering his agony over a progression of regular disasters hitting the district in the later past incorporating yesterday’s shudder in Nepal, Modi said he was anguished and did not want to proceed with his radio address today.
“When I addresses you a month ago, hailstorms and unseasonal downpours had occurred, distressing the farmers. A couple of days back, a tempest hit Bihar killing numerous individuals and bringing on a great deal of harm. Also, now on Saturday, this overwhelming quake has shaken the entire world. ”
“It appears a progression of natural calamities has started. The earthquake has additionally executed numerous individuals in different states of India. Property has likewise been harmed. Anyhow, the damage in Nepal is enormous.” He also told that he could feel the agony of the people of Nepal as he had himself seen the January 2001 quake demolition in the Kutchh area of Gujarat very closely.
Mentioning that the quick need was to protect however many individuals as could reasonably be expected who are caught under the detritus, Modi said the help and recovery work after the salvage operations will continue for a long time.
“There could in any case be individuals alive under the garbage and they must be safeguarded. We have sent groups of specialists. Alongside them, we have also sent sniffer dogs uncommonly prepared to sniff out those alive from under the debris”. The Prime Minister said, “Our target will be to protect as many individuals alive as possible.”