Today, Sunday, November 27, at 11 a.m., Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at the 95th episode of his monthly radio show, “Mann Ki Baat.” On October 30, he spoke at the 94th Mann Ki Baat.
Every month on the last Sunday, a programme is presented in which the Prime Minister addresses the country. Its first episode had premiered on October 3, 2014.
In a tweet, PM Modi wrote, “Tune in tomorrow at 11 AM for the 95th episode of Mann Ki Baat.”
The programme will be broadcast on All India Radio, the complete Doordarshan network, the AIR News website, and the newsonair mobile app. Additionally, it will be streamed live on the platforms of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, AIR News, DD News, PMO, and YouTube. The show will thereafter be televised in regional languages by AIR after the Hindi transmission.
The Prime Minister sent an invitation a few days ago for people to contribute their thoughts and ideas for the upcoming Mann ki Baat episode, which is set to air on November 27. People are welcome to contribute their suggestions for themes PM Modi should cover in the next Mann Ki Baat episode, as he has previously stated.
In the MyGov Open Forum or the NaMo app, people could express their opinions. Additionally, they could call the toll-free number 1800-11-7800 and leave a Hindi or English voicemail for the Prime Minister.
In the 94th episode of his Mann Ki Baat programme, Prime Minister Modi underlined the importance of living sustainably and protecting the environment, claiming that environmental awareness is ingrained in Indian culture.
“Sensitivity towards the environment is embedded in every particle of our society and we can feel it all around us. There is no dearth of people in the country who spend a lifetime in the protection of the environment,” the Prime Minister had said.
He also emphasised India’s advancements in science and technology and claimed that the country is making great gains in the solar and space industries.