New Delhi: Youth and students were the focus of Prime Minister Narendra Modiâs Mann ki Baat radio address on Sunday, during which he asked them to exchange their comfort zone for new experiences this summer vacation.
Addressing the 31st episode of the monthly radio address, the Prime Minister said: âSummer vacations are here. Use them to learn new skills and enjoy new experiences. Do something that takes you out of your comfort zone.â
Modi advised youngsters to explore new places. âTake a train ride this vacation and talk to people. Learn about their experiences and about their lives.â
He also advised them to bond with under-privileged children.
[quote]In the evenings, pick up your football and go out to play. Play and bond with children who belong to families less privileged than yours. I am sure youâll make nice, new friends,â the PM said.[/quote]
Modi again urged the youth to refer and teach BHIM app to others, saying they stood to earn Rs 10 per referral.
During the 45-minute address, the PM also touched upon the burning issue of climate change. âClimate change is no longer limited to seminars and debates. Nature has changed the rules of the game. Climate is our everyday reality,â he said.
Talking about the recent ban on red beacon cars, the PM said it was now time to remove the âlal battiâ mindset.