Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sharing his thoughts with the nation on the monthly radio show 'Mann ki Baat'. The programme is being broadcasted on All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and also on the NaMo App.
The programme will be broadcasted in by Akashvani regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. People can also listen to PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on their mobile phones by giving a missed call on 1922.
Here are the Highlights
Watch 45th episode of PM Modi's Mann ki Baat here:
11:31 am: GST is perhaps the world's biggest tax reform and it could be successful in India only because people accepted it and made it a success within a year PM Modi
11:22 am: Over the last few days, I have been interacting with beneficiaries of various initiatives of the Government of India. I learnt a lot from their experiences and life journeys: PM
11:22 am: Efforts by Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee ensured India could retain a part of Bengal. He even gave his life for the country at the age of 52: PM Modi
11:15 am: I urged everyone to join the celebrations of 550 Prakash Diwas of Guru Nanak Dev in 2019 and send suggestions to make it a bigger celebration: PM Modi
11:14 am: Sant Kabir gave a message of peace and equality when world faced struggles with social harmony. His message is as relevant today as it was when it was delivered: PM Modi
11:07 am: Doctors not only cure, they also heal. They are our lifestyle coaches. I wish all the doctors on the 'World Doctors' Day': PM Modi
11:06 am: Yoga connected the world irrespective of caste, creed and boundaries. It had realised the ancient dream of 'Vasudev Kutumbhkam'. It has started a wellness revolution in the world: PM Modi
11:05 am: Matter of great pride for Indians to witness our armed forces perform yoga on land, sea & sky - in submarines; on the snowy mountainous terrain of Siachen and even in mid-air, some 15 thousand feet above the earth: PM Modi
11:03 am: This 21st June, the world came together to celebrate International Yoga Day: PM Modi
11:03 am: Afghanistan's first international match against India was historic and memorable. Indian team's action during the award ceremony displayed true sportsmanship: PM Modi
11:00 am: PM Modi begins his monthly address to the nation through radio show 'Mann ki Baat'
In the 44th edition of his monthly programme, PM Modi paid homage to Jawaharlal Nehru on his death anniversary, and also recalled the contribution of Hindutva ideologue Veer Savarkar during the Independence movement.
He also spoke about protecting the environment and launching a green campaign, including citizens shunning the use of low-quality plastic, and having a mass tree plantation drive during the monsoon.
Every month, PM Modi shares his thoughts with the people of the nation, encouraging them to work towards the betterment of the the society, and also asks for their suggestions and views.