Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi Addresses 101st Episode, Speaks In Detail On 1st Yuva Sangam

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the one hundred and first episode of his month-to-month radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’. PM Modi spoke intimately in regards to the first spherical of Yuva Sangam through which round 1,200 youths from throughout the nation participated. He stated that within the first spherical of Yuva Sangam, about 1,200 youths toured 22 states of the nation.

He interacted with Gyamar Nyokum ji from Arunachal Pradesh and Vishakha Singh ji from Bihar to find out about their experiences of Yuva Sangam program.

“Everybody who’ve been part of it, are returning with such recollections, which is able to stay etched of their hearts for the remainder of their lives,” PM stated.

Modi in his month-to-month radio present acknowledged that India’s power lies in its variety and retaining this in thoughts, the schooling ministry began an initiative, Yuva Sangam.

Aside from growing people-to-people join, “its intention is to offer a possibility for the nation’s youth to mingle with one another”, Modi stated.

“We talked in regards to the Kashi-Tamil Sangamam, Saurashtra-Tamil Sangamam in ‘Mann Ki Baat’. Kashi-Telugu Sangamam was additionally held some time in the past in Varanasi. One other distinctive effort to offer power to the spirit of Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat, within the type of Yuva Sangam, has taken place within the nation,” he acknowledged.

Talking on the current Worldwide Museum Expo that featured 1,200 distinctive museums from worldwide, PM Modi stated, “Noteworthy reveals embody Museo Digital camera in Gurugram, showcasing cameras from 1860 onwards, and Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Museum, preserving over 70,000 objects, India Reminiscence Tasks tells historic tales by means of on-line image narratives.”

He added, “An try has been made to deliver to the fore the recollections associated to the horrors of Partition. Up to now years too, we’ve seen new kinds of museums and memorials arising in India. 10 new museums devoted to the contribution of tribal brothers and sisters within the freedom battle are being arrange.”



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