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Mann Ki Baat: Nation stands by those affected by floods, says PM Modi

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Mann Ki Baat: Nation stands by those affected by floods, says PM Modi

Mann Ki Baat: Nation stands by those affected by floods, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 26 addressed the nation on his monthly radio show 'Mann Ki Baat'.

While addressing the countrymen, he said he spoke about floods which hit several states of the country.

He said that the whole country stands together with those affected by the disaster.

"In many parts of Bihar and Assam, floods have created many problems. Governments, NDRF and state disaster management teams and self held groups are working together in relief and rescue work," he added.


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