Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 66th Mann Ki Bat program will be held at 11 am
Mann Ki Baat Live Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 11 a.m. today on the 68th edition of the monthly radio broadcast Mann Ki Baat. “On Thursday at 11 am,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted on Saturday, after seeking suggestions from the public on topics to be discussed during the show. “What do you think should be discussed during this month’s #Munkibat, which will take place on the 30th?” He asked on Twitter and told people to send them names or by writing to them using the MyGov app or by recording their message by calling 1800-11-7800.
Phone lines have been opened since August 10, a day after the Center eased the ban in Phase 4 of Unlock, the Prime Minister’s broadcast began, where what could be in the water test of the reopening of schools, in the end, the Union government has approved states and Union Territories schools 50% will allow teaching and non-teaching staff. The unlock guidelines issued by the Home Ministry (MHA) on Saturday stated that this could be for the purpose of teaching online teaching / tele-counseling and related work after September 21.
Schools, colleges and educational institutions will be closed till September 30. The guidelines make it clear that schools in the contention zone will not be allowed to call staff and standard rating operating procedures (SOPS) will be issued by the Ministry of Health in this regard. Students in grades 9 to 12 are allowed to visit the school for guidance if it is located outside the content zone. Students in rural areas have complained about the lack of internet connectivity affecting their studies – this relaxation can help them. Skills or entrepreneurial training will also be imparted at National Skills Training Institutes, Industrial Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), National Skill Development Corporation or State Skill Development Mission, or other short term training centers registered with other Union or State Ministries. The National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD), Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (III), and their trainers will also be approved.
The MHA has approved the gradual commencement of metro services from September 7 and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development will issue an SOP in this regard. The MHA has also banned states from imposing local lay-down curfew outside the contingency zone without consulting the Center.
Traders and industrialists have and industrialists have complained about weekend lockdowns like Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and arbitrary lockdowns like West Bengal. The Center is in favor of allowing as many economic activities as possible and this is the first set of guidelines where the power to impose restrictions in the public health interest has been stripped from the local administration.
When open-air theaters are allowed, cinema halls will be closed. The decision was taken in the last lockdown despite the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting proposing to allow cinemas with 25% capacity.