25 Dec 2022

Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi's Stress On Validating Our Traditional Medical Practices, Says- Take Precautions Against Covid

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday talked about the achievements of the year in the last Mann Ki Baat program of 2022. He said that the country has completed 75 years of its independence.In 2022, the strength of the people of the country, their cooperation, their resolve, their expansion of success was of such magnitude that it would be difficult to include all of those in 'Mann Ki Baat'.

Extension of the spirit of 'Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat

The various successes of 2022, today, have created a special place for India all over the world. Along with all this, the year 2022 will always be remembered for one more reason. This is the extension of the spirit of 'Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat'. The people of the country also organized many amazing events to celebrate unity and togetherness. 

Modi paid tribute to Vajpayee

Modi paid tribute to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on his birth anniversary. He was a great statesman who gave exceptional leadership to the country. He has a special place in the heart of every Indian.

Extending Christmas greetings to the countrymen, he said that today is the day to remember the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Take precautions against Covid

Thousands of deaths are happening every day due to Corona in China. PM Modi has appealed to the people to take precautions to avoid the epidemic. He said that we all have to take more care of masks and sanitization. If we are careful, we will also be safe.

Validating our traditional medical practices

In today's era, the more evidence-based Indian medical systems are, the more their acceptance will increase in the whole world. With this thought, an effort is also being made in Delhi's AIIMS. Here, the Center for Integrative Medicine and Research was established six years ago to validate our traditional medical practices. Latest Modern Techniques and Research Methods are used in this. 

Need for evidence based research in Ayurveda

Modi said a few days ago I was in Goa for the World Ayurveda Congress. Delegates from more than 40 countries participated in it and more than 550 Scientific Papers were presented here. 

Around 215 companies from around the world including India displayed their products in the exhibition here. In this expo which went on for four days, more than one lakh people enjoyed their experience related to Ayurveda. Even in the Ayurveda Congress, I reiterated the point for evidence based research to the Ayurveda experts gathered from all over the world.

Challenges related to the health sector

in the last few years we have overcome many major challenges related to the health sector. Full credit for this goes to the willpower of our Medical Experts, Scientists and countrymen. We have eradicated diseases like Smallpox, Polio and 'Guinea Worm' from India.

Today, I would like to tell the listeners of 'Mann Ki Baat' about another challenge, which is now about to end. This challenge, this disease is  'Kala Azar'. The parasite of this disease is spread through the sting of the sand fly. Do not be negligent if you have fever, and also keep spraying medicines that kill the sand fly.

 'Namami Gange' mission

The United Nations has included the 'Namami Gange' mission in the world's top ten initiatives to restore the ecosystem. The biggest source of energy behind the 'Namami Gange' campaign is the continuous participation of the people. In the 'NamamiGange' campaign, Ganga Praharis and Ganga Doots also have a big role to play. 

Sange Sherpa ji's power of resolve

Modi said when the power of our resolve is strong, even the biggest challenge becomes easy. The example of this has been set by Sange Sherpa ji of Thegu village of Sikkim. For the last 14 years, he is engaged in the work of environmental protection at an altitude of more than 12,000 feet. Sange ji has taken up the task of keeping clean the Tsomgo (Somgo) lake that is of cultural and mythological importance.

Swachh Bharat Mission

PM said I am happy that the 'Swachh Bharat Mission' has become firmly rooted in the mind of every Indian today. Since the inception of this mass movement in the year 2014, to take it to new heights, many unique efforts have been made by the people.

Mention of Naga culture in Mann Ki Baat

The popularity of Indian music is increasing in the world Talking about Indian music, the PM said that the export of musical instruments from India has increased three and a half times in the last 8 years. Talking about electrical musical instruments, their export has increased 60 times. This shows that the popularity of Indian culture and music is increasing in the world.

The PM said that the LIDI KROU organization has done the work of reviving the beautiful dimensions of the Naga culture which were gradually being lost. For example, this organization has started the work of launching albums of Naga music. 

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