Mann Ki Baat 31st edition: PM Narendra Modi to address nation through his monthly radio show

Zeeshan Shaikh
The Prime Minister also welcomed all the teams which arrived India for the FIFA under-17 World Cup.

New Delhi, April 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday morning will address the nation on his monthly radio show Mann Ki Baat programme at 11 am. This will be the 31st edition of the monthly radio programme which is 30 minutes long.

As usual, the Mann Ki Baat will also be streamed on the You Tube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Door Darshan News. The 31st edition of Mann Ki Baat will also be broadcast at Akashwani in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. The programme will also be broadcasted in regional languages at 8 pm on Sunday.

According to a report in last 30 addresses of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister’s Office has received more than 1 lakh ideas and around 2 lakh audio recording by listeners.

In the 29th edition of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated ISRO’s recent achievements and said, “The world has taken notice of India’s achievements. This cost effective, efficient space programme of ISRO has become a marvel of the entire world”. PM Modi also mentioned about Digidhan Fought Corruption and requested citizens to promote BHIM app, developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).

Exam results, Sukma attack and implementation of 7th Pay Commission are some of the issues which might be discussed by PM Modi on Sunday morning at Mann Ki Baat programme.

Mann Ki Baat has been well received by the target audience, especially those who are living in urban areas and residing in metropolitan cities across India. A recent survey conducted by an organisation revealed that the programme had huge success in six Indian cities including Mumbai and Chennai. Also, some reports suggest that Mann Ki Baat became a major source of revenue for the All India Radio.

A large number of parents from Gurgaon who are seeking the attention of PM Modi have written to him on issues related to fee hike. More than 600 complaints have been submitted to PM Modi over the “unjustified fee hike” which has been sent to Mann Ki Baat.