An earthquake of 6.4 magnitude hit Assam on Wednesday morning, causing widespread damage in the Northeast state.
The over 30-minute monthly broadcast was entirely focussed on the pandemic, which has been rampaging across the country for weeks
Modi said villages should follow the guidelines issued by the government and people should also get themselves vaccinated.
Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra governments had earlier approached the Railway Ministry to explore whether liquid medical oxygen tankers could be moved by the rail network.
He said the role of skilled youth is continuously increasing as India walks the path of 'aatmanirbharta' (self- reliance).
Modi has taken Covaxin, India's homegrown vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech.
Claiming that a BJP wave was blowing across West Bengal and his party would form the next government, Modi said Banerjee's angry reactions indicate that she has lost the polls.
Modi is scheduled to go straight to the National Martyrs' Memorial in Savar from the airport to pay tributes to the 1971 Liberation War martyrs.
"We are being called 'tourists', fun is being made of us, we are being insulted. Didi, people of Rabindranath's Bengal don't consider anybody outsider," Modi added.
March 23 is observed as 'Shaheed Diwas' to pay tribute to the trio who were hanged for killing British police officer J P Saunders.
She questioned Modi why he was not sad for the people affected by the flood and the anti-CAA movement, in which five youths were killed.
"When there was a Congress government at the centre and in the state at the same time, there was double neglect, double corruption and double infiltration", he said.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is set to unveil its manifesto for West Bengal polls on Sunday.
He also accused the Banerjee government of patronising underground Maoist rebels.
A total of 68 people, including Ehsan Jafri, were killed at Gulberg Society on February 28, 2002, in wake of the riots triggered in wake of the burning of S-6 coach of the Sabarmati Express at Godhra killing 59 people.
The construction was taken up by the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd at a project cost of Rs. 133 crore.