"Please trust this Pradhan Sevak, it is an article of faith for me. trust me that we will work to bring every single rupee back. My priority is bringing back all the black money back for the poor, and I will give it my all," PM Narendra Modi said on bringing black money back to India.
I will leave no stone unturned to bring back black money: PM Modi via AIR— ANI (@ANI_news) November 2, 2014
"There can be different views in a democracy how to get back black money, I assure you we are on the right track. Let me assure assure you, I will not be held back in bringing back whatever is the amount. I don't know numbers yet, many numbers are floating around. But, my government is committed on the issue of black money," PM said via All India Radio.
My priority is bringing back all the black money back for the poor, and I will give it my all: PM— ANI (@ANI_news) November 2, 2014
On the issue of drug menace afflicting the youth, the PM said, "Till when will be brushing issues under the carpet? We have to address issues with good intentions. We can't keep hiding things, we have to focus on these problems afflicting society, its time to tackle it front on."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will held 'Mann ki baat' for the second time on Sunday, Nov 2. Modi's previous 'Mann ki baat' session on Oct 3 on AIR was a major hit as the programme was listened by over 66 per cent of the people in six cities of the country.