PM Modi to address 102nd edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ today

18 June, 2023 | Anupam Shrivastava

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On April 30, the "Mann ki Baat" program's 100th edition was broadcast worldwide. The programme was also live-streamed from the United Nations' main office in New York.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat” will air its 102nd episode on Sunday.

At 11 a.m., the Prime Minister’s monthly radio programme will go on air. The radio show hosted by Prime Minister Modi recently broadcast its 100th episode, which was broadcast live on April 26 across the nation.

On April 30, the “Mann ki Baat” program’s 100th edition was broadcast worldwide. The programme was also live-streamed from the United Nations’ main office in New York.

The radio show, which was kicked off on October 3, 2014, has grown into an essential component of the government’s citizen outreach programme, which targets a variety of social groups, including women, youth, and farmers. It has also inspired neighbourhood activism.

Through the “Mann Ki Baat” programme, the Prime Minister discovered such eminent figures who had previously been unknown but had made unique contributions to their fields. In today’s society, these individuals are the only ones that people know. In addition to this, people are also advancing with their inspiration.

The Prime Minister introduced various personalities of the world through his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio program, who excelled in their respective fields and yet were not known by society at large. Indian society today knows about the contributions of such people and is getting inspired by their actions.

The goal is to knit the nation together and boost growth by bringing everyone along.
‘Mann Ki Baat’ is broadcast in 11 foreign languages, including French, Chinese, Indonesian, Tibetan, Burmese, Baluchi, Arabic, Pashtu, Persian, Dari, and Swahili, in addition to 22 Indian languages and 29 dialects. More than 500 All India Radio broadcast centres aired Mann Ki Baat.

A study was conducted regarding the impact of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on the lives of the people

As per the study conducted by IIM Rohtak, over 100 crore people have connected to “Mann Ki Baat” at least once. It speaks directly to people, recognises grassroots changemakers and individual accomplishments, and encourages people to take constructive action.

In Raj Bhavans all over the country, national broadcaster Doordarshan aired the programme live. On the same day, the Prime Minister also gave the nation a tour of the brand-new Parliament building.

The prime minister presented traditional shawls and mementoes to the construction workers in advance of the inauguration. At the new Parliament building, “Sarv-dharma” prayers were held. Priests of various faiths recited the traditional verses.