Forward of his month-to-month radio programme “Mann Ki Baat” later this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited individuals of the nation to share their inspiring tales within the area of artwork, tradition and tourism.
“By way of inspiring examples, January’s #MannKiBaat highlighted numerous subjects starting from artwork, tradition, tourism and agri innovation. Would love to listen to extra such motivating anecdotes for the programme in February, which can happen on the twenty eighth,” PM Modi tweeted and shared a hyperlink for the individuals inviting concepts for the subsequent ‘Mann Ki Baat’.
The programme which is held on the final Sunday of each month will happen on February 28 this month.
Prime Minister Modi additionally shared a toll-free quantity for individuals to file their message in both Hindi or English.
“PM Narendra Modi seems to be ahead to sharing his ideas on themes and points that matter to you. The Prime Minister invitations you to share your concepts on subjects he ought to tackle on the 74th Episode of Mann Ki Baat,” the Authorities of India stated in a press release.
“Ship us your recommendations on the themes or points you need the Prime Minister to talk about within the upcoming Mann Ki Baat episode. Share your views on this Open Discussion board or alternatively it’s also possible to dial the toll-free quantity 1800-11-7800 and file your message for the Prime Minister in both Hindi or English,” the assertion added.
Final week, Prime Minister Modi had greeted radio listeners on the event of World Radio Day, and referred to as it a “incredible medium which deepens social join”.
“Comfortable World Radio Day! Greetings to all radio listeners and kudos to all those that preserve the radio buzzing with modern content material and music. It is a incredible medium, which deepens social join. I personally expertise the optimistic impression of radio due to #MannKiBaat,” PM Modi tweeted on February 13.
Throughout final month’s Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Modi had appreciated a differently-abled aged man from Kerala for his contribution in the direction of cleanliness.
PM Modi had stated, “I’ve seen yet another information from Kerala which reminds us of our obligations. There’s a Divyang aged particular person in Kerala’s Kottayam, NS Rajappan. He’s unable to stroll as a result of paralysis. However his dedication in the direction of cleanliness has not light.”
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