Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he always had faith in the people of India while addressing his first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ of his second consecutive term.
Modi said during his address, “When I had said in February that I will meet you again in a few months, people said I am over confident. However, I always had faith in the people of India.”
During his monthly radio address, Modi focused a large portion on the issue of water crisis, asking citizens to find ways to save water.
Saying that many people have written about water related issues over the last few months, he is happy to see greater awareness on water conservation. Receiving the letters of the people, Modi wrote a letter to the Gram Pradhans on the importance of water conservation and how to take steps to create awareness on the subject across rural India.
During his address on the radio, the Prime Minister requested three things, “Appeal to all Indians, including eminent people from all walks of life to create awareness on water conservation. Share knowledge of traditional methods of water conservation.”
He also appealed to the people that if anyone knows about any individuals or NGOs working on water, do share about them.