Gain new skills during vacation: Modi to youth

India never a better investment destination than today Narendra Modi

India never a better investment destination than today Narendra Modi

Taking about a book "Save the Sparrows" which was sent by one Jagat Bhai from Gujarat, Modi said, "we are traditionally imbued with a sense of symbiotic co-existence with animals, birds and nature yet it is necessary that collective efforts in this regard should be emphasized".

Giving a pep talk to the youth during his monthly radio programme "Mann ki Baat", Modi also encouraged them to pack their bags and venture out and see new places instead of staying indoors during the holidays.

"Do something out of the box, my friends", he urged them and went onto say, "This is a country full of diversity and if you look, then there can be someone who can teach us something new is just around the corner".

He even added that during his last address he highlighted the issue of food wastage and this problem received a lot of reaction which is recommendable.

It was reported that five categories would be exempted from the ban - the President, the Vice President, the Prime Minister, the Chief Justice of India and the Lok Sabha Speaker.

Modi also expressed concern over people being too engrossed with technology and asked youngsters to "self-evaluate whether the human element within yourself is getting frustrated". PM Modi also suggested everyone offer water to each person who visits one's home.

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The Prime Minister of India asked students to come out of their comfort zone and learn new things.

- On May 5, India will launch South Asia Satellite. "It is India's valuable gift to South-Asia". "How deep it is, I realised only recently when the government decided that howsoever big a person may be, he can not move around in a vehicle using the red beacon", he said. "Now, it's time to remove the lal batti culture from the minds".

Echoing similar views, Janata Dal (United) (JDU) leader Pavan Sharma said the Prime Minister is right in putting a ban on red beacons, but more needs to be done to end the VIP culture.

Mr Modi said, every person has his or her own importance and every person possesses a sagacious aura, in a unique manner. All 125 crore Indians are important.

PM Modi ended the Mann Ki Baat by saying, "We have always believed in "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas" and it's not only in context of India, but the world".