Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Security Dogs, Apps and Children’s Toys, Big Things by PM Modi

In the 68th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in detail on the need for nutrition. He said that September will be celebrated as ‘Nutrition Month’ across the country. He also appealed to the countrymen to come forward, innovate and implement some of the Indian apps. Your efforts, today’s small start-ups, will turn into big companies tomorrow and become India’s identity in the world. ‘ He also appealed to be ‘vocal’ for local toys.

‘Vocal for children’s local toys’
Prime Minister Modi shared experiences from the Children’s University of Gandhinagar. He explained that “We brainstormed on how to get new toys to the children of India. How to become a very big hub of toy production in India.” The PM said that ‘you think that a nation with such a heritage, tradition, diversity, young population, whether its share of toys in the market is so low, would we like? No, after listening to this you will not like it too. ‘ He said, “Now is the time for everyone to be a vocal for local toys. Let us make some new types of good quality toys for our youth.”

PM Modi made toys weapons, many targets with one arrow

Center awarded two dozen apps
PM Modi spoke about the App Innovation Challenge in ‘Mann Ki Baat’. He said that ‘after much scrutiny, about two dozen apps have also been awarded in different categories.’
There is an app, Kutuki Kids Learning App. This is such an interactive app for young children, in which children can learn a lot in mathematics and science through talk and songs. It also has activities, sports as well.
There is also an app for microblogging platform. Its name is Ku – K OO Ku. In this, we can communicate and interact with our native language through text, video and audio.
Ask Government is an app. In this, through chat bots you can interact and get the right information about any government scheme. That too text, video and audio in all three ways. It can help you a lot.
There is another app, Step Set Go. This is a fitness app. This app keeps track of how much you have burned, how much calories have been burned. And also motives you to stay fit.

PM Modi mentioned these indigenous apps, know the specialty of every app

PM Modi’s salute to Security Dogs
In this edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, PM Modi also mentioned two brave characters of the security forces. These are Sophie and Vida. Both are Indian Army dogs. These Security Dogs have been awarded ‘Chief of Army Staff Commendation Cards’. PM Modi said, “I was told that Indian breed dogs are also very good, very capable. Indian breeds have Mudhol Hound, Himachali Hound, they are very good breeds. Rajapalayam, Kanni, Chippiprai, And Kombai are also great Indian breeds. ” He appealed to the people, “Next time, whenever you think of raising a dog, you must bring home one of these Indian breed dogs.”

Indian Agricultural Fund is getting ready
Talking about the month of nutrition, PM Modi said, “Nation and nutrition have a very deep connection. We have a saying here -” As anam and mannam “, that is, we will have mental and intellectual development as well. is.” He informed that a food and nutrition quiz will also be conducted on the MyGov portal during Nutrition Month, and there will also be a mime competition. PM Modi said that in ‘Bharat Krishi Kosh’, there will be complete information about what crops happen in each district, how much nutritional value they have.

A sense of responsibility among the citizens on Corona
At the beginning of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to the Prime Minister, “Usually this time is of celebration, fairs are held in different places, religious prayers are done. In this crisis of Corona, people are excited, enthusiasm too. But, let us all touch the mind, so is the discipline. In a single form, there is a sense of responsibility among the citizens. People are taking care of themselves, taking care of others and doing their daily chores. Huh.” He said that ‘Ganeshotsav is also being celebrated online, so, in most places this time the statue of eco-friendly Ganesha has been installed.

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