Narendra Modi returns with the ‘Mann Ki Baat’, First program in Modi 2.0 to air today

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Mann Ki Baat
Naendra Modi during Mann Ki Baat

This is PM’s first program after coming into power for the second time


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is returning with “Mann Ki Baat” program after the emphatic win in recently concluded Lok Sabha Election. This is the first program for Indian Prime Minister in his second term. The last program was held on 24th February 2019.

Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to listen to the PM’s program with party workers at the Kakrola stadium in Dwarka.

BJP is planning to take this program on a bigger level

Elated after the record win in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, Bhartiya Janta Party members is planning to take the program to more people in the second term of NDA government.

The party cadres all over the country have been directed to avail better radio sets to attract for better quality to attract more audience to the program.

In the last program in February, PM has spoken about the confidence of BJP in winning the election for the second consecutive time and that the program will return after the polls.

BJP leaders will listen to the program with party leaders

Many BJP leaders are expected to listen to “Mann Ki Baat” with the party workers at different places in the country.

Mann Ki Baat is aired every last Sunday of the month on All India Radio, DD National, and DD News. Pm Modi addresses the people of the nation on different issues.

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The official website of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ asks for the suggestions from the people. Ideas are shared on the website by the listeners. People send their audio recordings and sometimes calls become part of the program. Soon the program will be availed in local dialect starting with Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Haryana. The main is to reach more people.

The first episode was aired on 3rd October and since then it is aired every month.

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