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PM Modi said in the 110th episode of Mann Ki Baat, the program will not be held for three months – India TV Hindi

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110th episode of PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’

New Delhi: This time the 110th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ was broadcast. In this episode, Prime Minister Modi talked about women and their empowerment. He said that today women are working shoulder to shoulder in the development and progress of the country. He said that today the government is also empowering women with the help of various schemes. In the program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there is a possibility that the code of conduct may be imposed in March. Mann Ki Baat program will not be held during this period. He said that the program will not be able to be conducted after the code of conduct is imposed.

Women ahead in every field- PM Modi

PM Modi said that after a few days on March 8, we will celebrate ‘Women’s Day’. This special day is an opportunity to salute the contribution of women power in the development journey of the country. He said that some time ago we could not even imagine that the women of the country would fly drones, but now it is possible. Today there is no area in the country where women power is lagging behind.

Women taking forward life mission soon

PM Modi said that women are now expanding natural farming in every corner of the country. Today, if so much work is being done in the country under ‘Jal Jeevan Mission’, then the committees have a big role behind it. The leadership of this water committee is with women only. Apart from this, sisters and daughters are making all-out efforts for water conservation.

Number of tigers increased due to government efforts

During this, the PM said that March 3 is ‘World Wildlife Day’. This day is celebrated with the aim of spreading awareness about the conservation of wild animals. This year, digital innovation has been kept paramount in the theme of World Wildlife Day. In the last few years, due to the efforts of the government, the number of tigers in the country has increased.

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