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Today's Youth Disapprove of Instability, Nepotism, Says PM Modi in Last 'Mann Ki Baat' of 2019

In his previous address to the nation on November 24, PM Modi had announced the launch of ‘Fit India grading system’ in schools.

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Updated:December 29, 2019, 11:26 AM IST
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Today's Youth Disapprove of Instability, Nepotism, Says PM Modi in Last 'Mann Ki Baat' of 2019
File photo of PM Modi in Mann ki Baat.

New Delhi: In his last ‘Mann ki Baat’ of 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the country had expectations from the youth, which believes in the system and has an opinion on a wide range of issues. “Youth of today is known by many names such as millennials, social media generation or even Generation Z. In the coming decade, young India will play a key role. Today's youth believes in the system and also has an opinion on a wide range of issues. I consider this to be a great thing. What today's youth dislikes is instability, chaos, nepotism,” he said.

Citing instance of the Bhairavganj Health Centre in Bihar’s West Champaran district, PM Modi shared how a health camp set up by alumni of a school saw thousands of people from neighbouring villages come for the check-up.

“This was not a government programme, nor was it a government initiative. This was a step taken as part of an Alumni Meet organized by former students of the local KR High School. They named it 'Sankalp 95',” he said, asking youth to use such alumni associations for a godd cause.

On Saturday, the Prime Minister in a tweet said, “The final Mann Ki Baat of 2019 will be held tomorrow at 11 am. Do join.”

In his previous address to the nation on November 24, PM Modi had announced the launch of ‘Fit India grading system’ in schools across the country. The Prime Minister had also encouraged the use of mother tongue adding that all progress was meaningless if one’s mother tongue is neglected.

Mann Ki Baat is broadcast every last Sunday of the month and he Prime Minister invites suggestions, stories and ideas from the people.

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