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Mann Ki Baat: PM Urges Youth to Vote in Large Numbers

On Sunday, 25th February, PM spoke to the nation in his 110th Mann ki Baat address and urged the youngster:…

Mann Ki Baat: PM Urges Youth to Vote in Large Numbers

On Sunday, 25th February, PM spoke to the nation in his 110th Mann ki Baat address and urged the youngster: the first-time voters to vote for the betterment of India and also complete the ECI’s campaign mera pehla vote desh ke naam. In his address, the PM said the more the youngsters participate in electoral ballots, the more the country progresses. 

In the 110th edition of Mann Ki Baat, PM also talks about the various schemes launched by the government of India in his address. The Schemes are as follow; 

NAMO Drone DIDI Scheme : 

  • The scheme is for Women’s Empowerment
  • The aim is to supply drones to 15,000 women Self Help Groups (SHGs) to rent to farmers for agriculture purposes
  • Development of an Efficient Fertigation System: It is due to the emergence of innovative new liquid fertilisers like Nano Urea and Nano DAP with the foliar application
  • ‘Fertigation’ is the technique of supplying dissolved fertilisers to crops through an irrigation system


  • Bagheera App – the speed of the vehicle and other activities can be monitored during a jungle safari
  • The Garuda App – It is based on Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things, and starts providing real-time alerts by connecting it to any CCTV in wildlife areas.

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Korku Tribe:

  • It mostly resides in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and the adjoining Melghat region of Maharashtra
  • The Korku are primarily cultivators. They are also excellent agriculturalists and have pioneered the cultivation of potatoes and coffee
  • They live in small groups of huts made of grass and wood
  • Korku is one of the 196 languages termed endangered by UNESCO

Gujjar Bakarwal community:

  • The Gujjars and Bakarwals are the two unique ethnic nomadic groups that rear flocks of sheep and goats between high and low altitudes of the Western Himalayas
  • In summer, these groups migrate to the upper reaches of the valley and in winter, they take their flocks to the lower areas of the valley to protect themselves from the harsh cold
  • The habitat of these people is in the hilly terrain of the North-Western Himalayas

Musahar Caste:

  • Musahar are a Dalit community found in the eastern Gangetic plain and the Terai
  • They are also known as Rishidev, Sada, Manjhi, Banbasi


Gojari Language: 

  • Gojari is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by most of the Gujjars in the northern parts of India and Pakistan as well as in Afghanistan
  • It is a member of the Rajasthani group of languages
  • In Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, with ethnic Gujjars elsewhere having shifted to the regional languages instead
  • The government of the erstwhile Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir had recognised Gujari by including it in the sixth schedule of the state constitution

Wancho Language:

  • It is a Konyak language of north-eastern India. Wancho is spoken in 36 villages of southeastern Longding district, Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh, as well as in Assam and Nagaland
  • Wancho is generally written in either Devanagari or Latin script

Between 2001 and 2012, teacher Banwang Losu devised a unique alphabetic Wancho script taught in some schools. In 2019, the script was officially published into Unicode 12.0