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Mann Ki Baat Highlights | 2022 will be the golden page of building a new India, says PM Modi

PM Modi Mann Ki Baat LIVE | This is the 84th edition of the programme and the last episode of 2021.

December 26, 2021 / 12:27 PM IST
PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi

Mann Ki Baat Highlights | Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through his monthly radio broadcast 'Mann Ki Baat' on December 26. This is the 84th edition of the programme and the last episode of 2021. The programme will be broadcast live on the All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and Narendra Modi mobile app. "The latest edition of Mann Ki Baat will be its last for the year, and 84th overall. Tomorrow at 11 AM! #,” the official Mann Ki Baat handle shared on Twitter.

LIVE Updates from Mann Ki Baat

11.37 am

PM Modi:  I am fully confident that with this very resolve the country will move forward in the coming year, and 2022 will be the golden page of building a new India. With this very faith, wishing you all a very Happy 2022. Thank you very much.

11.30 am


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PM Modi: The next #MannKiBaat will take place in the year 2022. Let us keep innovating, doing new things and always keep in mind the progress of our nation and the empowerment of our fellow Indians.

11.26 am

PM Narendra Modi: It is our duty to preserve and popularise our culture. It is equally gladdening to see global efforts that celebrate Indian culture.

11. 20 am

PM Narendra Modi: Let us make reading more popular. I urge you all to share which books you read this year. This way you will help others make their reading list for 2022.

11.18 am

PM Modi: At a time when our screen time is increasing, book reading must also become more popular, for this also we have to make efforts together.

11.10 am

11.07 am: PM Modi urges people to take precautions against Omicron variant

The new Omicron variant that has come, our scientists are constantly studying it. They are getting new data every day, their suggestions are being worked on. In such a situation, self-awareness, self-discipline, the country has great power against this variant of Corona: Modi

11.05 am

PM Narendra Modi: India is fighting COVID-19 thanks to the spirited effort by our Jan Shakti. India's vaccination numbers are rising and this shows the innovative zeal of our scientists and the trust of our people.

11.02 am

PM Narendra Modi: For me, #MannKiBaat is not about highlighting the work of the Government, which could have been easily done. Instead, it is about collective efforts by grassroots level change-makers.

11.00 am 

PM Narendra Modi: Hello my dear countrymen! At this time you must be preparing to bid farewell to 2021 and welcome 2022. On the New Year, every person, every organization, takes a resolution to do something better, to become better in the coming year.

10.56 am

PM Modi's address to begin shortly. Watch LIVE here

10.40 am

Check out the highlights of the last episode of Mann ki Baat.

10.22 am 

10.10 am: How to watch Mann ki Baat

Apart from AIR, the radio address of the prime minister also broadcast live on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube accounts of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
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