Modi will address the country today: Prime Minister’s address will start at 10 am, can talk after completion of 100 crore vaccine doses

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation today at 10 am. This information has been given suddenly this morning from his office. Modi will address the nation after four months. It is believed that they can talk about the corona vaccination figure crossing 100 crores. Let us tell you that the country had made a record of 100 crore doses on Thursday. Apart from this, Modi can also talk about fighting the corona epidemic. There are many speculations about Modi’s address, because recently the issue of terrorism in Kashmir is also hot. So the festive season is also going on.

The Prime Minister last addressed the nation on 7 June. During this, he made two big announcements. The first is that all people above the age of 18 will get the corona vaccine free from June 21. Now the states do not have to spend anything for this. The second announcement was made that 80 crore poor people of the country would be given free ration till Diwali under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana. This was the ninth address of the Prime Minister to the country during the time of Corona.

Modi’s last address in the era of Corona

date Announcement Time
19 March 2020 Janata curfew announced 29 minutes
24 March 2020 21 day lockdown 29 minutes
3 April 2020 appeal to light a lamp 12 minutes
14 April 2020 lockdown-2 announcement 25 minutes
12 May 2020 20 lakh crore economic package announced 33 minutes
30 June 2020 Announcement to extend Anna Yojana till November 16 minutes
20 October 2020 Appealed 8 days before voting in Bihar – No laxity until Corona medicine 12 minutes
20 April 2021 Advice to states to save the country from lockdown 19 minutes
7 June 2021 Announcement of free vaccine for 18+ people 32 minutes

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