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Fit India To Ayodhya Verdict In PM’s Mann Ki Baat

New Delhi: From “Fit India Movement” to “Plastic Free India” and the current Supreme Courtroom verdict on Ayodhya temple was amongst numerous points Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday mentioned in his month-to-month radio programme “Mann Ki Baat.”

Highlighting an fascinating initiative by the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) to advertise health amongst kids, the Prime Minister urged faculties to observe a ‘Fit India week’ in December.

He talked a couple of group of scuba divers who made a powerful contribution in direction of furthering cleanliness.

Modi mentioned how the scuba divers dive into deep sea and gather waste. “In just 13 days, they (scuba divers) brought out more than 4,000 kg plastic wastage from the sea. This effort has been becoming a big movement. They now get the help of locals.”

Modi mentioned if we get inspiration from these scuba divers and resolve to make our close by areas plastic-free, plastic-free India would current a precedent for the entire world.

The Prime Minister thanked individuals of India for the style during which the spirit of “unity and brotherhood was furthered” after the decision on the Ram Janmabhoomi case.

In my final ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme, I had mentioned Allahabad Excessive Courtroom’s 2010 judgment and mentioned how individuals maintained peace and brotherhood then.

“This time again 130 crore Indians proved that nothing is above for them than the country’s interest when Supreme Court on November 9 announced its verdict on Ayodhya temple issue.”

All people welcomed the decision wholeheartedly and accepted it with peace and ease.

“The verdict at one side has led to end the long-pending judicial fight, it has also increased faith in the judiciary. This decision is a milestone for the judiciary. This is a historical verdict for Supreme Court.”

He mentioned the “country has now moved on a new path with new expectations and hope.”

“I and we all wish that the New India would move ahead with peace, unity and harmony by accepting this.”

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