Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation in the next series of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on 26th April. In a tweet he said, “Looking forward to ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on the 26th of this month.” This is the seventh edition of the radio program in which PM shares his thoughts with the citizens of the country.
PM has already directly interacted with the people in the earlier six editions of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on various issues. He has dwelt upon several issues close to the hearts of the people such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, promotion of khadi, skill development, scholarship for disabled children, infrastructure for educational institutions, menace of drugs and the issues related to farmers.
In the last edition broadcast on 22nd March, Modi shared the concerns of farmers and said that the government will take proper and prompt steps to resolve their problems. In another earlier edition, PM had urged the students to shed their examination stress and worry and develop a positive attitude. He also shared the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ forum with the US President Barack Obama during his visit to India in January when the two leaders interacted with the people on a host of issues.
The Prime Minister has invited citizens to share their ideas and thoughts on the subject in the Open Forum of MyGov.in. The program has generated an encouraging response from citizens across the country. It is simultaneously broadcast live on all channels of All India Radio, Doordarshan and also be live-streamed on the Prime Minister’s official website.