Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi Calls For Clean India, Will Launch 'Start Up India, Stand Up India' In Jan 2016

| December 27 , 2015 , 08:05 IST
mann-ki-baat-modiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday share his thoughts in this year's 15th and final edition of his 'Mann Ki Baat' programme. The 15th edition of the programme will be broadcast at 11 am in the morning. LIVE Updates:
Coming 26th January, let us all make efforts to ensure that statues of great personalities and the surrounding areas are kept clean: PM Modi
Under different schemes, around 40 thousand crore rupees have been deposited in bank accounts of beneficiaries directly: PM Modi
We started ‘Sugamya Bharat Campaign', which will improve infrastructure, to make it more ‘Divyaang- friendly’: PM Modi
Instead of ‘Viklaang’, why should we not use the word ‘Divyaang’ for them: PM
This scheme has got a place in Guinness Book of World Records: PM Modi
Subsidy is reaching bank accounts directly under the world’s biggest ‘Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme’: PM Modi
This year this festival will be held from 12th to 16th January at Raipur in Chhattisgarh: PM Modi
Swami Vivekananda's birthday is celebrated on Jan 12 as a National Youth Festival: PM Modi
This ‘Start Up India, Stand Up India’ should not be limited to a few cities. It should reach every corner of India: PM Modi
On Jan 16, Govt will launch a complete action plan for ‘Start Up India, Stand Up India’: PM Modi
Since we have begun our efforts to electrify the villages, we are seeing the enthusiasm in the villages being electrified: PM Modi
When the world celebrated International Day of Yoga and entire world got associated. Then we got confident about real strength of India: PM Modi
We believe in "Atithi Devo Bhava", we clean our house when guests come over. Then why won't we clean our tourist destinations: PM Modi
There is a need to pay attention to cleanliness in our tourist destinations: PM Modi
I want to wish everyone a very happy and prosperous New Year: PM Modi
This will be my last address of Mann Ki Baat for this year: PM Modi Regional language versions of this broadcast will be aired by AIR stations in respective regions at 8 in the evening same day. The programme would also be live-streamed on the You Tube channels of Prime Minister's Office, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and DD News. In his last edition of ' Mann Ki Baat', Prime Minister Modi expressed concern over the flood situation in Tamil Nadu, climate change, differently-abled people and also asked the SAARC nations to join hands for disaster preparedness.   In January this year, US President Barack Obama and Modi's joint Mann ki Baat was aired a day after Republic Day.