PM's Mann Ki Baat: Modi tries to unite nation with tourism

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Addressing a public meeting at Shahanshahpur village in the district on Saturday, the prime Minister said, "The centre has made a decision to give a house to each and every homeless family by 2022, when India completes 75 year of its Independence".

Stressing on this particular theme, Mr Modi, quoting a Unicef report, said that each household in India which does not have a toilet, spends around Rs 50,000 a year on treatment of different ailments.

The Prime Minister said, in just four days of Swacchata Hi Seva campaign, more than 75 lakh people joined the drive with over 40,000 initiatives. The programme will be streamed on the YouTube channels of the Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Federation Internationale de Football Association under- 17 World Cup is being organized in our country.

Later in a remarkable twist of fortune, Bilal was appointed as brand ambassador by the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) in the month of June this year.

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I have tried to keep politics away from Mann Ki Baat and focused on common man. But, have a look at your own country too.

The Prime Minister urged every person to take a resolution to improve the country by 2022.

He said Swati Mahadik and Nidhi Dubey, whose husbands were martyred in the defence of the country, were a great inspiration to the country. He said, people send their ideas, experiences and feelings to him for Mann Ki Baat which reflects their mind, expressions and expectations. Recalling Acharya Vinoba Bhave, who led the land reforms movement, the PM said that while conducting the "Mann Ki Baat" programme, he always kept Bhave's teachings in mind. He said, social scientists, universities, research scholars, media experts will undertake its analysis and highlight its every aspect, positive as well as negative. "The result is that there is sensitivity in the government and attention has gone towards the strengths that exist even in far off places", Mr Modi said.

The Prime Minister mentioned about Sewapuri Khadi Ashram in Varanasi which was reopened creating new employment opportunities after 26 years.

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