Watch: 26th edition of PM Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat'

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi during 'Mann Ki Baat'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during 'Mann Ki Baat'

New Delhi : 'Mann Ki Baat': Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation for the 26th time via his famous radio talk show. He pointed out severe issue of demonetisation, problems of farmers and also soldiers on the Indian borders in his latest chat.

Watch it here: 

Key Highlights:

  • Amitabh Bachchan wrote to me- "Swachh tan, swachh mann, Swachh Bharat, mera parichay."

  • Digital money will end several problems faced by common man in our country.

  • I want to urge men and women in small businesses that the time is right, you too enter the digital world.

  • Being cashless is different and difficult, why don’t we try to go for a less cash economy.

  • People of India are supporting the decision and also doing all possible things to make it a successful drive.

  • I am confident that India will succeed in the demonetisation move.

  • I want to thank our farmers especially; was looking at the sowing details, sowing has increased this year.

  • My 'Chai Pe Charcha' has now reached marriage halls. A couple in Surat tied knot with just chai and biscuits on offer for guests. (Read Full Story: Couple in Surat ties knot at a marriage budget of Rs 500)

  • Hurt to see people using poor men to convert their black money into white.

  • Some people are still looking for ways to convert their black money into white money.

  • Bank employees have worked hard in ensuring maximum services including Jan Dhan accounts.

  • I understand your problems, but a disease that is 70 year old will take some time in treatment.

  • Don’t worry! I have already mentioned it will take about 50 days to bring normalcy back after demonetisation.

  • With nation’s support, strength of Jawans also multiplies.

  • This year Diwali was different as people from across the nation sent special wishes to jawans guarding our borders.