Modi does ‘Mann Ki Baat’ for the first time in 2019; 52nd edition today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to address the Nation in the 52nd and first edition of 2019 of his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, today at ‘All India Radio.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Nation in the 52nd and first edition of 2019 of his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, today at ‘All India Radio'.
PM Modi has been utilizing this platform to address several key issues, like education of the girl child, tackling exam stress, curbing pollution, concerns to farmers, poverty and drug menace.
The address is being aired on DD National, DD News and also at YouTube official channel. During the program, Prime Minister Modi shares his ideas and answers to questions received from across the country.
Last month, the Prime Minister delivered 51st address where he said that world’s Top global agencies have accepted the fact that India is pulling its people out of poverty.
Modi started this radio program to reach the masses as it is the cheapest and best mode of communication. He also intend to connect to people of India through ‘Mann Ki Baat’.
Highlights of 2019’s first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ episode:
-Modi said, “We received a sad piece of news this month. Shivakumara Swami ji left us for his heavenly abode. He dedicated his entire life for the service of society. He spent the 111 years of his life working for the social, educational welfare of thousands of people.”
- He further said, “Subhash Babu will always be remembered as a heroic soldier. He played an important role in the freedom struggle. ‘Dilli Chalo’, ‘Tum mujhe khoon do main tumhe aazadi doonga’, with these slogans he awakened every Indian.”
- “For many years it was being demanded that the files related to Netaji be made public and I am happy that we fulfilled this demand,” he added.
-Modi also congratulated several young scientists. In this context he said, “Today, our space programme is powered by several young scientists. We must take pride in the fact that the satellites developed by our students are reaching the space today. On 24 January Kalam SAT, created by our students, was launched.”
-Modi also talked about Rabindra Nath Tagore and his paintings. He said that many have known Tagore as a poet and an author but only few people know that he was a good painter too. Moreover, Tagore never named his painting.
-Apart from this, Modi also appreciated the Election Commission of India.