Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday emphasised Indians’ passion for nature and animals in response to the death of a tigress in Madhya Pradesh’s Pench Tiger Reserve. “Collar Wali Baghin” was the name given to the tigress.On the first episode of his monthly radio show, ‘Mann ki Baat,’ PM Modi addressed the nation, calling love for nature and compassion for all living beings “our culture and nature.”
A tigress in MP’s Pench Tiger Reserve waved farewell to the world, providing a peek of our culture. Collar Wali Baghin was the name given to this tigress (Tigress). T-15 was given to it by the Forest Service. In her lifespan, she gave birth to 29 cubs and brought 25 of them to adulthood.
We also commemorated T-15’s life and bid her farewell when she passed away. India’s people are experts in this field. With every aware being, we form a loving relationship. “Indians’ love for nature and animals has been much admired around the world,” Prime Minister Modi stated.
PM MODI HONORS MAHATMA GANDHI ON THE 74TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH
Mann ki Baat’s 85th episode was delayed by half an hour as he paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 74th death anniversary, which is also known as Martyrs’ Day.
Our adored Bapu Mahatma Gandhi ji’s death anniversary is today. The 30th of January serves as a reminder of Bapu’s teachings. “We just celebrated Republic Day a few days ago,” PM Modi added.
The prime minister announced that Republic Day will now be observed annually from January 23 to January 30, beginning with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary and ending with Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary.
You may have observed that the Republic Day celebrations will now begin on January 23, the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, and will last until January 30, the death anniversary of Gandhiji. At India Gate, there is also a digital sculpture of Netaji. “We will never forget how the country greeted this, the outpouring of excitement that erupted from every part of the country, the range of emotions displayed by every citizen,” Prime Minister Modi remarked.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL FLAME AND AMAR JAWAN JYOTI
The Amar Jawan Jyoti flame at the India Gate in Delhi was fused with the eternal flame at the National War Memorial on January 21, in a gesture that the Indian government described as “historic.”
PM Modi described the martyrs’ inspiration and contribution as “immortal,” and invited citizens to pay a visit to the memorial.
“On this poignant occasion, many compatriots and martyr families were moved to tears. The names of all the country’s bravehearts who have been martyred since Independence are written on the ‘National War Memorial.’ “The ‘Amar Jawan Jyoti’ illuminated at the memorial is a symbol of the martyrs’ immortality,” some former army troops have written to me “he stated