The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi spoke with the countrymen today. He talked about the corona epidemic and the target of 100 crore vaccine through Mann Ki Baat. Let us tell you that the country has already completed the vaccination target of 100 crores on the last day. On this occasion, PM praised the role from doctor to health worker. He lauded India’s historic achievement of 100 crore COVID-19 vaccinations and said that the success of the country’s vaccination program reflects the potential and power of the mantra of everyone’s efforts.
Heights given to everyone’s vaccine-free vaccine campaign
Talking about the health worker, PM Modi said that “I am well aware of the capabilities of my country, the people of my country. I knew that our health workers would leave no stone unturned to vaccinate the countrymen. He said that due to the hard work of lakhs of health workers, India has been able to cross the milestone of 100 crore vaccine doses. Today I express my gratitude to every Indian who has given such height and success to the ‘Vaccine-Free Vaccine’ campaign for all. He said that the figure of 100 crores was definitely big but it was necessary which all the countrymen together completed it.
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Tributes paid to Sardar Patel
While paying tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, PM Modi said that next Sunday, October 31, is the birth anniversary of Sardar Patel. On behalf of every listener of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, and on my own behalf, I bow to the Iron Man. Sardar Saheb used to say that all of us can take the country to new great heights only with our united enterprise. If there is no unity within us, then we will find ourselves trapped in new calamities. He said through tweet that I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to come to Bageshwar, it has been a kind of pilgrimage area, there are ancient temples etc. I was very impressed how people would have worked centuries ago: PM @narendramodi during #MannKiBaat .
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