Modi’s Mann Ki Baat is like a glamour nowadays. Media is waitings for a month for updating and for the common man it is an imaginary talk between people and PM. Previous day Modi share his Mann Ki Baat and we are sharing some interesting facts about Mann Ki Baat.
In his Mann Ki Baat address on 26th November 2017, PM Narendra Modi said, “At the end of every year we recall events of the year gone by. Let us begin 2018 with a message of positivity. I urge you to compile about 5 positive things from this year & share with me. With #PositiveIndia, share your positive moments from 2017. This will inspire others”
Together, let us bring in the new year 2018 by spreading the message of positivity, gratitude and happiness. Share 5 positive experiences from the year 2017 in the form of short stories, videos or photos, which will inspire other fellow-citizens! Let us welcome the new year with #PositiveIndia!
Mann Ki Baat facts:-
- Doordarshan’s Direct to Home (DTH) service Freedish relays feeds of the 20-minute-long episodes, to television and radio channels. An estimated 90% of the total Indian population is reachable over the medium. Additionally, various private FM radio stations in the metropolitan cities of India are allowed to broadcast a recording of the show.
- In the first show, Narendra Modi asked the listeners to walk on the path of Mahatma Gandhi and start wearing Khadi. He also touched the topics of Swachch Bharat Abhiyan, India’s progressive Mars Mission, skill development and his website
- The Prime Minister promised the general masses to hold regular radio chats with the general masses all over India twice a month on Sunday at 11 am
- The first Mann Ki Baat programme was broadcast on the occasion of Vijayadashami on 3 October 2014 followed by the second broadcast on 2 November 2014.
- The first show was a great success and around 66.7 percent of the people listened to it and found it useful.
- The President of the United States was a part of the January edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, which was aired on 27 January 2015. Obama had arrived in India to be a part of the Republic Day Parade.