Mann Ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi Said – Nepal’s Misery, the misery of India


India‘s neighbor country Nepal faced a 7.9 magnitude earthquake yesterday. The shock waves of the earthquake also felt in the north India in places like Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and UP. The prime minister Narendra Modi performs monthly schedule, visit on All India Radio.

Modi attended the live radio today’s morning and talked about the victims of Nepal’s earthquake. He said that he has seen Kutch (Nepal) earthquake at clear quarters. I can imagine what people in Nepal must be going through.

Check: Two Quakes After Aftershocks in Nepal.

The program will be broadcast at 11 am on April 26 on radio sets.

Earlier, Modi had visited AIR six times before and talked about several major and current issues in India, he tried to speak directly to the people. In the previous meeting on March 22, the PM said that the government is considering the concerns of Indian farmers and the entire parliament is with them. Strong actions will be taken in upcoming months.

PM Narendra Modi on Mann Ki Baat

PM Narendra Modi on Mann Ki Baat

In today’s edition, Modi spoke: – “There has been a series of natural disasters. India is with Nepal for any kind of assistance. Nepal’s misery is the misery of India. We will wipe tears of every Nepali. The rescue operation is currently ongoing, people will be trying to rescue alive, and as soon as possible. Relief work will last for a long time.

Earlier, the nation India received appreciations for their abroad operation in Yemen. India rescued citizens of 48 countries from Yemen.”

Modi also said that India thinks about the pleasures of the world and make them

“The earthquake shook the whole world, mind does not feel much like talking.”… the prime minster added to his conversation with AIR.

Further, he said, “It is a regret that daughters are not getting a sufficient education. Tennis player Sania Mirza and Badminton player Saina Nehwal made the country proud. Both reached the world number one ranking. We are proud of both daughters. Despite of their good performance, I feel pity about the reaction of the audience when India lost World Cup 2015. Is there any game in which both teams win? Defeat is certain for one of the competing teams. We will only learn with defeat.”

Stay tuned for the latest news stories across the world.


About Author

He is a senior editor, contributor, and a major asset to the team. He loves to write on Entertainment, especially about Bollywood and music releases. He helps to produce some of the cutting edge and breaking news from our news desk. He is originally from Siraspur, Delhi.