NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to address the nation through his radio programme, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ today. The show will go on air at around 11 am.
After the elections, this is the 30th version of the radio programme after the BJP achieved a remarkable majority in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and succeeded to form coalition governments in Goa and Manipur.
PM Narendra Modi often asked people to give advice and views – which he also includes in his broadcast. He is all set to follow the same procedure today.
In his previous ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Mr Modi praised ISRO for effectively launching 104 satellites on a single rocket.
“After the accomplishment of Mangalyaan, the 104 satellite unveiled on a single rocket is another quill in ISRO’s cap… I applaud them on behalf of countrymen,” Mr Modi shared.
“The strength of search has played a significant responsibility in scientific and human development. It is a never ending quest. I have often worried upon the consequence of scientific anger among youth. Our country requires more scientists,” Prime Minister Modi had said.
PM also praised the success of India’s paraplegic and women athletes.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed several matters be it corruption, economy, farmers’ rights and drug addiction through his radio shows. On January 2015, Former US President Barack Obama also co-hosted an episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ when he was chief guest for the Republic Day parade.
‘Mann Ki Baat’ today’s episode will go on air at around 11 am by All India Radio, Doordarshan.