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27.09.2020

THE HEADLINES:

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi says, the agricultural sector of country, farmers and villages are the very basis of Atmanirbhar Bharat.

  • In his 'Maan Ki Baat' programme, Prime Minister asserts farmers now have the freedom to sell their produce anywhere and to anyone to get higher price.

  • Home Minister Amit Shah virtually inaugurates 'Destination North East-2020' event highlighting cultural and tourism potential of the Northeast region.

  • India's COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 82.46 per cent.

  • WHO Chief thanks Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his commitment and solidarity in the fight against Coronavirus pandemic.  

  • Former Union Minister Jaswant Singh passes away; President, Vice President and Prime Minister express grief.

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In our special series on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, we begin this bulletin with Bapu Ki Baat. In a Post Prayer Speech, Mahatma Gandhi had spoken about the importance of cleanliness.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India will become self reliant only when the farmers and villages are empowered. Addressing the nation in his Mann Ki Baat programme on All India Radio, the Prime Minister said the agricultural sector of the country, farmers and villages are the very basis of Atmanirbhar Bharat. He said even in this hour of crisis, agricultural sector has shown its resilience.


"हमारे यहाँ कहा जाता है, जो, ज़मीन से जितना जुड़ा होता है, वो, बड़े-से-बड़े तूफानों में भी उतना ही अडिग रहता है। कोरोना के इस कठिन समय में हमारा कृषि क्षेत्र, हमारा किसान इसका जीवंत उदाहरण हैं। संकट के इस काल में भी हमारे देश के कृषि क्षेत्र ने फिर अपना दमख़म दिखाया है। साथियो, देश का कृषि क्षेत्र, हमारे किसान, हमारे गाँव, आत्मनिर्भर भारत का आधार है। ये मजबूत होंगे तो आत्मनिर्भ भारत की नींव मजबूत होगी।"


The Prime Minister said that in the recent past, farmers have liberated themselves from many restrictions and tried to break free from many myths. Mr Modi said farmers now have the freedom to sell their produce anywhere and to anyone to get higher price.


"अपने फल-सब्जियों को, कहीं पर भी, किसी को भी, बेचने की ताकत है, और ये ताकत ही, उनकीइस प्रगति का आधार है। अब यही ताकत, देश के दूसरे किसानों को भी मिली है। फल-सब्जियों के लिए ही नहीं, अपने खेत में, वो जो पैदा कर रहें हैं - धान, गेहूं, सरसों, गन्ना जो उगा रहे हैं, उसको अपनी इच्छा के अनुसार, जहाँ ज्यादा दाम मिले, वहीँ पर, बेचने की, अब, उनको आज़ादी मिल गई है।"

The Prime Minister gave the example of Kanwar Chauhan from Sonipat district of Haryana. There was a time when Kanwar Chauhan used to face great difficulties in marketing his fruits and vegetables outside the mandi. If he tried to sell his fruits and vegetables outside the mandi, his produce and carts would get confiscated. In 2014, fruits and vegetables were excluded from the APMC Act, which greatly benefited him and fellow farmers in the neighborhood. Four years ago, he along with fellow farmers of his village formed a Farmer Producer’s Organization.


"उनके उत्पाद, आज, दिल्ली की आजादपुर मंडी, बड़ी Retail Chain तथा Five Star होटलों में सीधे supply हो रहे हैं। आज, गाँव के किसान sweet corn और baby corn की खेती से, ढ़ाई से तीन लाख प्रति एकड़ सालाना कमाई कर रहे हैं। इतना ही हीं, इसी गाँव के 60 से अधिक किसान, net house बनाकर, Poly House बनाकर, टमाटर, खीरा, शिमला मिर्च, इसकी, अलग-अलग variety  का उत्पादन करके, हर साल प्रति एकड़ 10 से 12 लाख रूपये तक की कमाई कर रहें हैं। जानते हैं, इन किसानों के पास क्या अलग है! अपने फल-सब्जियों को, कहीं पर भी, किसी को भी, बेचने की ताकत है, और ये ताकत ही, उनकी, इस प्रगति का आधार है।"


The Prime Minister said fruits and vegetables were excluded from the purview of Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) in Maharashtra about three or four years ago.


"तीनचार  साल पहले ही, महाराष्ट्र में, फल और सब्जियों को APMC के दायरे से बाहर किया गया था। इस बदलाव ने कैसे महाराष्ट्र के फल और सब्जी उगाने वाले किसानों की स्थिति बदली, इसका उदाहरण हैं, Sri Swami Samarth Farmer’s producer company limited - ये किसानों का समूह है। पुणे और मुंबई में किसान साप्ताहिक बाज़ार खुद चला रहे हैं। इन बाज़ारों में, लगभग 70 गाँवों के, साढ़े चार हज़ार किसानों का उत्पादसीधे बेचा जाता है - कोई बिचौलिया नहीं। ग्रामीण-युवा, सीधे बाज़ार में, खेती और बिक्री की प्रक्रिया में शामिल होते हैं - इसका सीधा लाभ किसानों को होता है, गाँव के नौजवानों को रोजगार में होता है।"


The Prime Minister gave another example of the Tamil Nadu Banana farmers produce company which is a farmers collective.



"तमिलनाडु केला farmer produce company, ये farmer produce company कहने को तो company है, हकीकत में, ये, किसानों ने मिल करके अपना एक समूह बनाया है। बड़ा लचीली व्यवस्था है, और वो भी पांच: सा पहले बनाया है। इस किसान समूह ने lockdown के दौरान आसपास के गाँवों से सैकड़ों metric tonne सब्जियाँ, फलों और केले की खरीद की, और, Chennai शहर को, सब्जी combo kit दिया। आप सोचिये, कितने नौजवानों को उन्होंने रोजगार दिया, और मज़ा ये है, कि, बिचौलियोँ ना होने के कारण, किसान को भी लाभ हुआ, और, उपभोक्ता को भी लाभ हुआ।"


The Prime Minister mentioned another group of farmers from Lucknow who have named themselves Iraada. During the lockdown, they too procured fruits and vegetables directly from the cultivators fields, and sold directly in the markets of Lucknow, free from the middlemen, and got whatever price they demanded.


Mr Modi spoke about Ismail Bhai from Rampura village of Banaskantha in Gujarat, who has an interesting story. Ismail Bhai's family tried to deter him from farming, but he had resolved that he would dispel the notion of farming being a loss making activity. He started farming, albeit using new methods and innovative techniques. The Prime Minister praised Ismail Bhai for using drip irrigation to cultivate high quality potatoes and turning them into a hallmark. Ismail Bhai sells these potatoes directly to large companies, and earns handsome profits as there are no middlemen.


The Prime Minister emphasized that innovation is required in agriculture. He spoke about Bijay Shanti of Manipur who is in the news for her new innovation.


"आज की तारीख में खेती को हम जितना आधुनिक विकल्प देंगे, उतना ही, वो, आगे बढ़ेगी, उसमें नये-नये तौर-तरीके आयेंगे, नये innovations जुड़ेंगे। मणिपुर की रहने वाली बिजयशान्ति एक नये innovation के चलते ख़ूब चर्चा में है, उन्होंने कमल की नाल से धागा बनाने का start up शुरू किया है। आज, उनके innovation के चलते कमल की खेती और textile में एक नया ही रास्ता बन गया है।"


The Prime Minister talked at length about the art of storytelling, and how it has always been a part of Indian culture. He highlighted the importance of telling stories with moral lessons, saying -‘Where there is a soul there is a story’. Mr Modi expressed pride that India has the tradition of Hitopadesh and Panchatantra in which lessons on prudence and wisdom are imparted through an imaginary world of animals, birds and fairies woven into stories. He noted that India has a tradition of ‘katha’.


"मैं, ज़रूर आपसे आग्रह करूँगा, परिवार में, हर सप्ताह, आप, कहानियों के लिए कुछ समय निकालिए, और ये भी कर सकते हैं कि परिवार के हर सदस्य को, हर सप्ताह के लिए, एक विषय तय करें, जैसे, मान लो करुणा है, संवेदनशीलता है, पराक्रम है, त्याग है, शौर्य है - कोई एक भाव और परिवार के सभी सदस्य, उस सप्ताह, एक ही विषय पर, सब के सब लोग कहानी ढूँढेंगे और परिवार के सब मिल करके एक-एक कहानी कहेंगे। आप देखिये, कि, परिवार में कितना बड़ा खजाना हो जाएगा, रिसर्च (Research) का कितना बढ़िया काम हो जाएगा, हर किसी को कितना आनन्द आएगा और परिवार में एक नयी प्राण, नयी उर्जा आएगी।"



The Prime Minister said there is a very interesting style of storytelling in Tamil Nadu and Kerala called ‘Villu paattu’. It comprises a fascinating confluence of story and music. He added that India also has had a vibrant tradition of puppetry. Mr Modi said stories and storytelling based on science and science- fiction are gaining popularity these days.


"इसमें कहानी और संगीत का बहुत ही आकर्षक सामंजस्य होता है। भारत में कठपुतली की जीवन्त परम्परा भी रही है। इन दिनों science और science fiction से जुड़ी कहानियाँ एवं कहानी कहने की विधा लोकप्रि हो रही है। मैं देख रहा हूँ कि कई लोग किस्सागोई की कला को आगे बढाने के लिए सराहनीय पहल कर रहे हैं। मुझे gaathastory.in जैसी website के बारे में जानकारी मिली, जिसे, अमर व्यास, बाकी लोगों के साथ मिलकर चलाते हैं। अमर व्यास, IIM अहमदाबाद से MBA करने के बाद विदेशों में चले गए, फिर वापिस आए। इस समय बेंगलुरु में रहते हैं और समय निकालकर कहानियों से जुड़ा, इस प्रकार का, रोचक कार्य कर रहे है। कई ऐसे प्रयास भी हैं जो ग्रामीण भारत की कहानियों को खूब प्रचलित कर रहे हैं।"


The Prime Minister gave the example of Vaishali Vyawahare Deshpande who is making it popular in Marathi. He mentioned Srividya Veer Raghavan of Chennai who is engaged in popularizing and disseminating stories related to country and culture. Mr Modi praised two websites- Kathalaya and The Indian Story Telling Network for their commendable work. He said Geeta Ramanujan has focussed on stories at kathalaya.org, whereas a network of story tellers from various cities is being created through the Indian Storytelling Network. Mr Modi also mentioned Vikram Sridhar in Bengaluru, who is very enthusiastic about stories related to Bapu. Prime Minister Modi spoke to Aparna Athreya, from Bengaluru Storytelling Society and other members to know their experiences. He said he will upload the entire conversation in the Narendra Modi App and asked listeners to listen to the conversation. He urged people to have storytelling sessions every week in their families. He also urged people to introduce the new generation with the nations freedom struggle and brave freedom fighters through stories.


"मैं, कथा सुनाने वाले, सबसे, आग्रह करूँगा, हम, आज़ादी के 75 वर्ष मनाने जा रहें हैं, क्या हम हमारी कथाओं में पूरे गुलामी के कालखंड की जितनी प्रेरक घटनाएं हैं, उनको, कथाओं में प्रचारित कर सकते हैं! विशेषकर, 1857 से 1947 तक, हर छोटी-मोटी घटना से, अब, हमारी नयी पीढ़ी को, कथाओं के द्वारा परिचित करा सकते हैं। मुझे विश्वास है कि आप लोग ज़रूर इस काम को करेंगे। कहानी कहने की ये कला देश में और अधिक मजबूत बनें, और अधिक प्रचारित हो और सहज बने, इसलिए, आओ हम सब प्रयास करेंI"



The Prime Minister shared the heartwarming story of Sedu Dambele from the distant land of Mali. Sedu Dembele is a teacher in a public school in Kita, and teaches English, Music, Painting, and drawing. Mr Modi said he is also called Hindustani's Babu, as he has great love for India. Every Sunday afternoon, Sedu Dembele presents an hour long radio program in Mali titled ‘Indian frequency on Bollywood songs!’ He has been presenting it for the last 23 years. During the course of this program, he renders his commentary in French as well as in Mali's lingua franca known as Bombara. Mr Modi said another reason for his profound association with India is that he too was born on the 15th of August. Seduji has started another two-hour program now at 9 pm every Sunday, in which he narrates the story of an entire Bollywood film in French and Bombara. On 15th August this year , through a video in Hindi, he greeted the people of India on Independence Day. His children sing the national anthem of India with great ease. The Prime Minister urged people to watch these videos and feel their love for India.


Mr Modi remembered freedom fighter Bhagat Singh whose birth anniversary will be celebrated tomorrow on the 28th of September. He said Bhagat Singh is an icon of courage and valor. He said it is unimaginable that the British government was frightened of a 23-year-old man. He added that in the coming days, nation will remember many great personalities who have made an indelible contribution in the making of India.


Prime Minister Modi said the October second is a holy and inspiring day for all. He said, the country will remember Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri on this day. Mr Modi said if the country would have been able to grasp the spirit behind the economic principles of Mahatma Gandhi, the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan would not have been needed today. 


"मेरे प्यारे देशवासियो, आने वाले दिनों में हम देशवासी, कई महान लोगों को याद करेंगे, जिनका, भारत के निर्माण में अमिट योगदान है। 02 अक्टूबर हम सबके लिए पवित्र और प्रेरक दिवस होता है। यह दिन माँ भारती के दो सपूतों, महात्मा गाँधी और लाल बहादुर शास्त्री को याद करने का दिन है। पूज्य बापू के विचार और आदर्श आज पहले से कहीं ज्यादा प्रासंगिक हैं, महात्मा गाँधी का जो आर्थिक चिन्तन था, अगर उस spirit को पकड़ा गया होता, समझा गया होता, उस रास्ते पर चला गया होता, तो, आज आत्मनिर्भर भारत अभियान की जरूरत ही नहीं पड़ती। गाँधी जी के आर्थिक चिंतन में भारत की नस-नस की समझ थी, भारत की खुशबू थी। पूज्य बापू का जीवन हमें याद दिलाता है कि हम ये सुनिश्चित करें कि हमारा हर कार्य ऐसा हो, जिससे, ग़रीब से ग़रीब व्यक्ति का भला हो।"



The Prime Minister also remembered Bharat Ratna Loknayak Jai Prakash whose birth anniversary falls on the 11th of October. He said Jai Prakash ji played a leading role in protecting India's democratic values. He also remembered Bharat Ratna Nanaji Deshmukh whose birth anniversary also falls on the 11th of October. The Prime Minister urged people to imbibe the values enshrined by them.

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In his Man ki Baat Programme today Prime Minister Modi mentioned the work done by a private agriculture agency IRADA during lock down which included providing agriculture products to public and benefiting farmers.


Talking to AIR News, Director of Irada Farmer producers organization Daya Shankar Singh spoke about the challenges he faced during lock down and elaborated about his work on organic farming and contract farming which will help farmers a lot.

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Pune-based, Shree Swami Samarth Farmer Producer Company which has been providing a platform to farmers to sell their produce by organising  weekly markets found a mention in 'Mann Ki Baat' programme today.


"Working with a mission to develop systemised and organised agriculture marketing, the Shree Swami Samarth Farmer Producer Company has been playing a vital role in providing a platform to farmers' to sell their agriculture produce. The weekly markets are organised at 24 places in Pune and Mumbai where farmers' from different parts of the state come and sell their produce. Mr. Ruturaj Jadhav, Director of the company told AIR that due to overwhelming response, the turnover of these weekly markets went up to 110 crore rupees last year. During the lockdown too, the company tied up with the Pune Municipal Corporation to supply commodities to people residing in residential societies who could not step out due to the pandemic. The comany which has been working as a direct marketing channel also provides platform to the women self help groups. KUNAL SHINDE, AIR, NEWS, MUMBAI."

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The folk art of Villuppaattu that was referred to by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann ki Baat has a glorious tradition. Villuppaattu means "bow-song". This medium of storytelling has been instilling moral values in the minds of the people for generations. It has been one of the predominant traditional media in Tamil Nadu, southern Kerala and a few other regions in the South.


"In Villupattu, which the Prime Minister has referred to, vill is the bow that serves as the musical instrument and the paattu is the series of songs, using which mostly moral stories were being presented by traditional artists before the public.


The stories ranged from mythology, mostly representing the village deities to themes of social reforms and health awareness. Iconic teams like Subbu Arumugham troupe reigned the Villupattu world for long. However, the ancient art form is now crying for public attention for its preservation. Jayasingh, AIR News, Chennai."

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Home Minister Amit Shah today virtually inaugurated 'Destination North East-2020', a four-day event to highlight the Northeast region's various potential like eco-tourism, culture, heritage and business. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Shah said, the culture of North-Eastern region is unique and the people there have preserved it. He termed the unique culture of North-Eastern region as the ornament of Indian culture.


The Minister said, the Narendra Modi Government is focusing on infrasturcture development in the region and in future it will be an important point of tourism in the world. He said, peace is crucial for development of the region and Government is focussed on it along with building infrastructure. 


In his address, Minister of Development of North Eastern Region, Dr Jitendra Singh said, the golden age of north-east will begin post-COVID-19 and the region will be one of the favourite tourist and business destinations of India. 

The Chief Ministers of North-Eastern states were present on the occasion. 


For 'Destination North East 2020', the theme is 'The Emerging Delightful Destinations', which speaks of the tourism destinations emerging stronger and more attractive when the sector picks up momentum. The programme focuses mostly on tourism and coincides with World Tourism Day which is being celebrated today.

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In Ladakh, veteran leaders have withdrawn the call given to boycott the 6th General Council Elections of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council in Leh. After assurance from the Union Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday on 6th Schedule Safeguards to Ladakh region under the Constitution, senior leaders from Ladakh issued a statement to withdraw the election boycott call.


"In a major development for smooth conduct of ensuing 6th General Council Elections process of Leh Hill Council the senior leaders of Ladakh have withdrawn the call to boycott the elections.  Ladakh senior leaders have issued a statement to withdraw the boycott call, after the detailed talks with Home Minister Amit Shah on saturday and a follow up meeting with Union Ministers Kiren Rijiju and G Kishan Reddy today and assurances on the Constitutional Safeguards to Ladakh under the 6th Schedule and empowerment of Leh and Kargil Hill Councils. The Delegation was assured by the Union Government that issues relating to language, demography, ethnicity, land and jobs will be considered positively. Soon after the culmination of the Leh Hill Council Elections next month, the Home Ministry would commence a meeting with the Peoples Movement for constitutional safeguards under 6th Schedule with Leh and Kargil representatives.  Ramesh Chandra, Leh."

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen will hold a Virtual Bilateral Summit tomorrow. ​An MoU in the field of intellectual property cooperation between India and Denmark will be signed on the occasion. Another major outcome will be the joining of International Solar Alliance by Denmark.

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India's COVID-19 recovery rate improved to an impressive 82.46 per cent as the number of people having recuperated from the disease crossed 49 lakh. The national caseload neared 60 lakh with 88 thousand 600 fresh infections being reported today.


According to the Health Ministry, the total coronavirus cases mounted to 59 lakh 92 thousand 532 while the death toll climbed to 94 thousand 503 with 1,124 people succumbing to the disease in a span of 24 hours. The COVID-19 case fatality rate was recorded at 1.58 per cent. The total recoveries have surged to 49 lakh 41 thousand 627.

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Director General of World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his speech at the UN General Assembly. In a tweet, the WHO DG thanked Prime Minister Modi for his commitment and solidarity in fight against Coronavirus pandemic. The WHO Chief said, COVID-19 pandemic can be ended only by mobilizing forces and resources jointly for the common good.


Earlier, addressing the 75th United Nations General Assembly session last evening, the Prime Minister assured that as the largest vaccine producing country, India’s vaccine production and delivery capacity will be used to help all humanity in fighting the COVID pandemic.


"पेंडेमिक के इस मुश्किल समय में भी भारत की फार्मा इंडस्ट्री ने 150 से अधिक देशों को जरूरी दवाइयां भेजी है। विश् के सबसे बड़े वैक्सीन उत्पादक देश के तौर पर आज मैं वैश्विक समुदाय को एक और आश्वासन देना चाहता हूं। भारत की वैक्सीन प्रोडेक्शन और वैक्सीन डिलीवरी क्षमता पूरी मानवता को इस संकट से बाहर निकालने के लिए काम आएगी।"

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The News Services Division of All India Radio in its bilingual live phone-in programme tonight will bring you a special discussion on Covid-19. Dr. A K Varshney, Senior Physician, Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital will participate in the discussion. This can be heard on FM Gold Channel and additional frequencies from 9.30 PM onwards.

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Former Union Minister Jaswant Singh passed away in New Delhi this morning following a prolonged illness. He was 82 year old. The veteran BJP leader was admitted to Army's Research and Reffereal Hospital in Delhi on 25th June. The Hospital said, he was being treated for sepsis with multiorgan dysfunction syndrome and effects of severe brain injury. After a fall at his residence six years ago in 2014, he had suffered a serious head injury and had slipped into coma.


One of the founding members of the BJP, Jaswant Singh served as Minister of Defence, External Affairs and Finance and also Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission.


The President, the Vice President and the Prime Minister have expressed grief on the demise of Jaswant Singh.


President Ram Nath Kovind said, the demise of veteran soldier, outstanding parliamentarian, exceptional leader and intellectual, is distressing.


Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said, Jaswant Singh was a great leader who served the nation with distinction in various capacities.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, Jaswant Singh Ji served the nation diligently, first as a soldier and later during his long association with politics.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also expressed pain at the passing away of veteran BJP leader. Expressing grief, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said, Jaswant Singh Ji was an associate of Atal ji and his experience of administration was seen in the Vajpayee government. 

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In IPL Cricket, Rajasthan Royals will take on Kings Eleven Punjab at Sharjah today. Last night, Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets in Abu Dhabi.

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Amid COVID 19 pandemic, the French Open Tennis begins in Paris today with organisers restricting the spectators' size to one thousand per day. The new limit, reduced from 5,000 per day, was first announced by Prime Minster Jean Castex on Thursday. His office confirmed that the reduction relates only to spectators, not to players, coaches, organizers and others working at Roland Garros.


Play begins today and ends on 11th of October. In the opening matches, in the Men's Singles category, sixth seeded Alexander Zverev will take on Dennis Novak while Stanislas Wawrinka will clash with former World No.1 Andy Murray.


In the Women's Singles, former French Open champion top seeded Simona Halep will play against Sara Sorribes Tormo and Victoria Azarenka and Venus Williams are also scheduled to start their campaign today.

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National Capital Delhi will have partly cloudy sky. The minimum temperature was recorded at 22 degree Celsius and maximum is expected to be around 35 degrees.


In the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the minimum temperature in Jammu was 20 degree Celsius while maximum will be around 35 degree.


In Srinagar, the minimum temperature was around 9 degree Celsius while the maximum will be 25 degrees.


Leh in Ladakh will have partly cloudy sky becoming generally cloudy towards afternoon or evening.


In Gilgit, the temperature is likely to hover between 12 and 26 degree Celsius.


In Muzaffarabad, partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm is expected today.

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