New Delhi: While addressing the nation on his show, ‘Man Ki Baat’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Tanzanian siblings, Kili Paul and his sister Neema, who have gained popularity on social media, for their on-point lip-sync videos and groovy choreography of Indian songs.
PM Modi urges everyone for making lip-syncing videos. “Just like the sibling duo of Kili & Neema, I urge everyone, especially kids from different states to make lip-syncing videos of popular songs (from a state different than theirs). We’ll redefine ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ & popularize Indian languages,” said PM Modi while addressing the nation on his show.
Few days ago, Mother Language Day was observed, and Modi had stressed on learning and preserving Indian Languages. “Those who are learned people, can give a lot of academic input about how the word mother tongue originated,” he said. “Just as our mother shapes our lives, so our mother tongue also shapes our lives,” he added.
Further he urged kids from the different states of making lip-syncing videos of popular regional songs, the prime minister said, “Just like the sibling duo of Kili and Neema, I urge everyone, especially kids from different states to make lip-syncing videos of popular songs (from a state different than theirs). We will redefine ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ and popularise Indian languages.”
“Even after 75 years of independence, some people are living in such mental conflict due to which they have hesitations about their language, their dress, their food and drink, whereas, nowhere else in the world is it like this,” PM Modi added.
Further Modi also referred to the installation of the Hologram Statue of Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose at India Gate and said the way people from across the country welcomed this and expressed their joy was “unforgettable”.
Earlier this month, the country was able to bring back a thousand-year-old statue of Avalokiteshvara Padmapani from Italy. “This idol was stolen a few years ago from Kundalpur temple, the deity place of Gaya ji in Bihar,” PM Modi said.
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