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Mann Ki Baat: Guilty won't be spared, says Modi on Dera violence


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation through his monthly radio broadcast programme Mann Ki Baat. During the address, Modi shared his thoughts on an array of significant issues. The programme was aired at 11 am. This was his first Mann Ki Baat since the landmark judgements by the Supreme Court on the issues of Triple Talaq and Right to privacy. It was the 35th edition of the monthly radio address.

The programme was broadcasted on All India Radio and Doordarshan and people can also listen to it on the Narendra Modi mobile application. People can also give a missed call on the number 1922 and can hear 'Mann ki Baat' on their mobiles.

Here are the highlights:

11:28 am: Helping citizens in times of need.

11:27 am: Modi speaks on the exemplary success of the Government's financial inclusion initiatives.

11:26 am: Teachers have a big role in transforming people's lives

11:26 am: A pledge on Teachers Day.

11:25 am: Was very proud to meet the team that is sailing across the world on INSV Tarini. Share your good wishes to them on the NM App

11:23 am: My best wishes and blessings to these daughters.

11:22 am: India welcomes all teams coming here for the FIFA U-17 World Cup: PM

11:19 am: Modi greets sports enthusiasts on National Sports Day and calls for increased participation in sporting activities

11:18 am: It is important to trust our citizens. We have to trust the poor of India

11:18 am: Take time out, go to nearby localities to spread the message of cleanliness

11:18 am: This 2nd October, I appeal to you to start a new campaign - Swacchata Hi Sewa': PM in

11:17 am: Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind presented a noble example in Gujarat floods, they cleaned 22 temples and 3 mosques in Banaskantha

11:15 am: 67% of the population has access to toilets as against 39% earlier

11:14 am: Join the movement towards a clean India

11:13 am: 'Swachhata Hi Seva'- let us create a mass movement around this in the run up to Gandhi Jayanti & give renewed focus to cleanliness:

11:12 am: More than 2,30,000 villages have been declared Open Defecation Free

11:11 am: My heartiest wishes on the occasion of Eid Al Adha

11:10 am: I am happy that festivals like Ganesh Utsav are being celebrated with a concern for the environment: PM

11:09 am: PM @narendramodi conveys Onam greetings during Mann Ki Baat.

11:07 am: India, a land of diversity. Our festivals are linked with nature and welfare of farmers

11:06 am: Let us make our festivals as much about cleanliness

11:05 am: Modi extends his greetings on #GaneshChaturthi, says Lokmanya Tilak started tradition 125 years ago

11:04 am: Those who take the law in their hands or take to violence will not be spared, whoever they are: PM Modi

11:03 am: India is a land of Gandhi and Lord Buddha where violence is unacceptable in any form: PM

11:02 am: On one hand, sense of festivity pervades land & on other, news of violence comes in, it is only natural to be concerned

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