New Delhi, April 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 100th episode of his radio talk “Mann Ki Baat” at 11 am today. It will be broadcast live at the UN headquarters in New York, India’s mission there said.
10 Points on PM Modi’s 100th Mann Ki Baat Address Going Global
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 100th episode of his radio talk “Mann Ki Baat” at 11 am today.
- The broadcast will be live at the UN headquarters in New York, India’s mission there said.
- Mann Ki Baat was first aired on October 3, 2014, after the BJP came to power and PM Modi took charge. The radio talk is broadcast every month.
- BJP-ruled states have made elaborate arrangements to celebrate the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat. The party will telecast the Prime Minister’s radio address at their offices and booths.
- The Tourism Ministry has announced “100 days of action” to mark the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat. The activities include a design challenge for entrepreneurs to develop substitutes for single-use plastic items.
- The BJP tweeted that all people can watch tomorrow’s “historic” Mann Ki Baat.
- The Indian High Commission in London will also host a special screening of the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat.
- Union Minister of Science and Technology Jitendra Singh said Mann Ki Baat is an iconic feature in itself.
- The Mann Ki Baat radio address has transformed into an “inspirational platform” encouraging sustainable progress on themes that are core to India’s efforts towards achieving sustainable development goals.
- PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat emphasises the role of start-ups and small businesses in achieving a self-reliant India and encourages people of all ages to take action to promote social and environmental causes.