New Delhi, Dec 31: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing the nation through his monthly radio talk Mann Ki Baat on Sunday. This year’s last talk will be aired on Doordarshan and All India Radio on 11 am. In his previous talk, PM Modi had recalled the contribution of B.R Ambedkar in the making of India’s constitution. [Also read: Mann ki Baat Full Text: Here’s What PM Modi Said in His Address] Also Read - Code of Conduct: EC Asks Petrol Pumps to Remove Hoardings With PM Modi's Photos Within 72 Hours

“Our Constitution safeguards the rights of the poor and weaker sections of society. Our constitution is a vast document. It’s our constitution day. It’s obvious that we are reminded of Baba Saheb Ambedkar and his immense contribution towards the construction of a great document. We pay our heartfelt tributes to him,” said PM Modi. Also Read - World Wildlife Day 2021: Significance And Theme of This Day

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He also remembered the victims of 26/11 Mumbai attacks. “For over 4 decades, India has been raising the issue of terror. Initially, the world did not take us seriously but now the world is realising the destructive aspects of terrorism. We must unite to tackle this menace,” PM Modi said in his speech which coincided with the 9th anniversary of the terror attack that left 160 people dead.

“India is the land of Lord Buddha, Lord Mahavira, Guru Nanak, Mahatma Gandhi. We believe in non-violence. “Terrorism is a threat to humanity,” the PM said. “Every countryman salutes the courage and sacrifice of our soldiers. Armed Forces Flag Day, observed on 7 December, is a day to show our respect to the country’s Armed Forces,” added PM Modi.