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Let the games begin: In latest Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi gets vocal about toys

He said that India has the talent and ability to become a toy hub and be a major part of the Rs 7 trillion global industry

Narendra Modi | Mann Ki Baat | Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission

BS Web Team & Agencies  |  New Delhi 

Narendra Modi
The PM said that despite the pandemic, Kharif crops has been 7% higher than the last year and hailed the farmers or increase in sowing area for different grains.

Prime Minister addressed the nation in the 68th edition of his radio show, on Sunday. The prime minister said that there has always been a strong co-relation between nature and festivals but this time the Covid-19 pandemic has changed that. He said people are now cautious and disciplined in the way they have celebrated Ganeshotsav which is touching and inspiring.



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First Published: Sun, August 30 2020. 12:00 IST