Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the people of the country today through the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program amid the Corona crisis. During this time today, the Prime Minister gave a major talk about Eastern India and highlighted its importance. He said that the eastern region of the country has the potential to become India’s growth engine and the region needs to be developed. PM Modi said that special attention needs to be given to this area.
Addressing the nation through the 65th edition of his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the Prime Minister said that what we are seeing in the country today, we have the opportunity to see and analyze what happened in the past. gives. It is giving us a lesson for the future. He said that by seeing the pain of our migrant laborers today, we can feel the pain of the eastern region of our country.
He said that there is a need to develop the eastern region, which has the potential to become the growth engine of the country. He said that the manpower of the eastern region has the potential to take India to new heights. He said that the sustainable development of the country is possible with the development of this region.
The Prime Minister said that nothing like this COVID-19 crisis has ever happened to the world. PM Modi said that in this situation we are facing new challenges and difficulties arising from it. This is happening in every Corona affected country and India is not untouched by this either. Every section of the country is facing a problem.
He said that the poor and laborers have been the most affected by this crisis. His pain cannot be expressed in words. We are trying to share this pain, the whole country is trying. Everyone is working hard. Railway employees are working round the clock. They are frontline Corona warriors. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Prime Minister Modi said that people should be vigilant and it is important to be more careful now because a large part of our economy has opened up.
Significantly, on 24 March, the Prime Minister announced a 21-day nationwide bandh as a precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The lockdown was later extended, in phases, to 31 May. The Ministry of Home Affairs has now extended the lockdown 5 from June 1 to June 30.