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The coronavirus pandemic is not over yet, Prime Minister Naredra Modi warned during the 83rd episode of his "Mann Ki Baat' radio programme on Sunday. He also urged people remain vigilant and adopt all possible precautions to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. "Never forget that corona has not gone yet. It is our responsibility to take all precautions," PM Modi said during the address. The prime minister's warning comes at a time when the world is grappling with the emergence of the deadly "Omicron" variant, which was first reported in South Africa. Yesterday, PM Modi chaired a  high-level conference with top impact of the new variant as well as mitigation strategies. PM Modi began the episode by paying tribute to the armed forces, noting that the 50th anniversary celebrations of India's victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war will take place next month. "In two days, the month of December is commencing. The country celebrates Navy Day and Armed Forces Flag Day. We all know that on 16th December, the country is also celebrating the golden jubilee year 1971 war," the prime minister said. "On this occasion, I want to remember our armed forces, our soldiers. Especially, the brave mothers who gave birth to these heroes." The prime minister went on to laud the impact that various government schemes have had over the years. He also spoke to two beneficiaries of the Centre's Ayushman Bharat health scheme, who were able to avail of life-saving treatments under the scheme. PM Modi also paid tribute to BR Ambedkar, whose death anniversary falls on December 6. "Baba Saheb had devoted his entire life for the fulfilment of his duties for the country and society. We should never forget that the basic spirit of our constitution expects from all of us to discharge our duties," He said. Continuing with the theme of conservation, which he has spoken about in previous episodes of his radio programme, PM Modi urged people to protect nature. "We are threatened by nature only when we disturb its balance or destroy its purity." he explained. "Nature follows us.

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