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Mann ki Baat: People should go for 'Cashless Dayout', says PM Modi

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New Delhi, Apr 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared his thoughts with the people in the country and abroad in the 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on All India Radio at 11 am today. It will be the 88th episode of the monthly radio programme.

Mann ki Baat: PM Modi to address nation at 11 am today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said digital transactions worth Rs 20,000 crore are now taking place daily in the country and asserted that this is not only increasing facilities but also encouraging an environment of honesty.

In his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio broadcast, Modi said small online payments are helping build a big digital economy and many new fintech start-ups are coming up. He also urged people who have any experience related to digital payments and the startup ecosystem to share it with others.

"Your experiences can be a source of inspiration for others in the country," he said. "Now digital transactions worth Rs 20,000 crore are taking place daily in our country. In March, UPI (Unified Payments Interface) transactions even reached Rs 10 lakh crore," he said. This is not only increasing facilities in the country but also encouraging an environment of honesty, Modi added.

He said people from across the country have written letters and messages to him about the Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya inaugurated on April 14, the birth anniversary of Babasaheb Ambedkar. There can be no better time than 75 years of India's Independence to remember the contribution of prime ministers, Modi said. He also urged people to visit a local museum during holidays and share their experiences using the hashtag 'MuseumMemories'.

In his remarks, Modi noted that just like in sports, 'divyangjan' are doing wonders in arts, academics and many other fields. With the power of technology, they are achieving greater heights, he said. He also urged people to take all Covid related precautions in view of upcoming festivals in May.

Here are the highlights:

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11:54 AM, 24 Apr
My dear countrymen, today in Mann Ki Baat , many informative topics from museum to Maths were discussed. All these topics become part of Mann Ki Baat only because of your suggestions. Similarly, keep sending me your suggestions in future through Namo App, @mygovindia
11:53 AM, 24 Apr
Jammu | Thousands of Sarpanches, Panches, DDC (District Development Council), BDC (Block Development Council), & local people plugged in to listen to PM Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat', in Samba where the PM is scheduled to address all Gram Sabhas across India today.
11:52 AM, 24 Apr
Now scientists are discussing 'Theory of Everything' where everything in the universe can be assimilated. On one side we invented zero while we also explored the idea of infinity. In Vedas & Indian mathematics counting goes beyond billion and trillion: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat
11:28 AM, 24 Apr
It's specified in our scriptures that water is basic necessity of every creature, it's an important natural resource. In Valmiki Ramayan, water preservation was emphasised. During Harappan civilisation, there was advanced engineering for saving water: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat
11:28 AM, 24 Apr
People should go for 'Cashless Dayout', now even in small villages & town people are using UPI. It's benefitting both shopkeepers & customers. Online payments are developing a digital economy, everyday Rs.20,000 Cr online transactions are taking place: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat
11:28 AM, 24 Apr
People are donating many items to museums, & are adding to the cultural heritage of India. Amid the Covid pandemic, the focus on the digitisation of museums has increased. Young people must visit museums with their friends in upcoming vacations: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat
11:28 AM, 24 Apr
The country has got a 'Pradhan Mantri Sanghralay', it has been opened for the people of the country. It's a matter of pride that we are remembering the contribution of PMs, it's connecting the youth of the country with them: PM Modi during Mann Ki Baat

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