PM Narendra Modi to share his thought in Mann Ki Baat programme today at 11 am – 28 May,2017

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts on a wide range of issues in his Mann Ki Baat programme of All India Radio at 11 AM today. The programme will be broadcast on entire network of AIR and Doordarshan. It will also be streamed on the YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and DD News.

Akashwani will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. Regional language versions of the programme will also be repeated at 8 PM. For the first time ever, the Sanskrit version of Mann Ki Baat can be heard on FM Gold and Indraprastha channels at 8 PM.

It will be the 32nd episode of popular monthly programme. In the last episode broadcast on 30th April, the Prime Minister had said, Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, is not only limited to the confines of India but also applies to the global context.

Mr Modi had also said neighbouring countries should be with India in its journey towards progress so that they may develop equally. On South Asia Satellite which was launched last month he had said it will go a long way in addressing South Asia’s economic and developmental priorities, Natural resources mapping, tele medicine, in the field of education, deeper IT connectivity and fostering people to people contact.

This episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ will be the first episode in the new year. In his last address, PM Modi had announced his government will introduce a strong law to effectively deal with ‘benami’ or proxy-owned properties. “This is just the beginning of our fight,” he had said, asserting that there is no going back on the fight against corruption and black money after the notes ban.

PM Modi urged people to help make the “war on corruption” a success and said common people are coming forward with information about hoarders and playing a big role in catching wrongdoing.

This episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is expected to be devoted to students who are appearing for the board exams in the weeks to come. The Prime Minister has interacted with students during the exam season over the past two years as well, through two dedicated episodes on exams.