Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation today through his monthly radio program Mann Ki Baat at 11 am on March 28. In the third edition of the Mann Ki Baat program of 2021, the Prime Minister will share his thoughts with people at home and abroad on All India Radio. This will be the 75th episode of the monthly radio program.
It will be streamed live on AIR, DD News, PMO and YouTube channels of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. AIR will broadcast programs in regional languages immediately after the Hindi telecast. The regional language versions will be repeated at 8 pm. This time the Mann Ki Baat program is very special because amid the rising conditions of Corona at this time, Holi and elections in four states and one union territory can also be discussed.
Earlier on February 28, in the Mann Ki Baat program, PM Modi appealed to the people to conserve water. Apart from this, PM Modi had praised the Tamil language and said that he could not learn the Tamil language. This is their drawback. He said that “I could not make much effort to learn Tamil, the oldest language in the world, I could not learn Tamil.” It is such a beautiful language, which is popular all over the world. Many people have told me a lot about the quality of Tamil literature and the depth of poems written in it.
PM Modi during his address also appealed people to take precaution in the midst of corono virus epidemic crisis. PM Modi said that do not take any kind of negligence. PM Modi had also sent a message to the students and students preparing for the board exams in the program of their last mind. He had said, “You all remember that you don’t have to be a Warrior, not a Worrier, you have to go to the exam laughing and come back smiling.” You have to compete with yourself, not with anyone else. ”
During the elections, the opposition has already raised many questions about the Mann Ki Baat program. PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program started on 3 October 2014. Since then, it has continued to air. On the last Sunday of the month, PM Modi talks to the public through radio about his ‘Mann Ki Baat’. These special programs are also broadcast in 18 regional languages and 33 dialects. Recently, it was revealed in the RTI that Rs 7.29 crore has been spent on this program, while All India Radio has received a revenue of 30.28 crore