Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday adressed the nation in his monthly “Mann Ki Baat” radio program. During the 43nd edition of his monthly radio program, Modi announced 'Swachh Bharat summer internship' for youth and hailed atheletes for theri wonderful perfromance at CWG 2018.
The radio program was aired on All India Radio and broadcasted on Doordarshan. The monthly show was also live-streamed on Modi’s YouTube channel.
The radio program was aired in regional languages by Akashvani immediately after the original Hindi broadcast.
In his last “Mann Ki Baat” address, the Prime Minister touched upon several issues, including farmer’s welfare and health. Modi emphasised on the need of making healthcare accessible and affordable.
#11: 30 AM: Prophet Mohammad saab believed that if you have something in excess then you must share it with the needy... that is why the concept of charity is important during Ramzan: Modi
#11:25 AM: “In a few days, the month of Ramzan will start,” says Modi. “Ramzan is celebrated with full faith and respect all across the country.”
#11:17 AM: Let us work towards water conservation: PM Modi advises people to save water
#11:13 AM: What do you plan to do this summer? Have you thought about an interesting Swachh Bharat internship?
#11:09 AM: Yoga is a wonderful way to remain fit. Let us think about ways to make the 4th Yoga Day memorable.
#11:05 AM: No words can describe the feeling when our athletes, draped in tricolour, stand on the victory podium and the national anthem is played, says Modi.
Our athletes lived up to the expectations of the country & won medal after medal. It was a fantastic performance in 2018 Commonwealth Games: PM Modi in #MannKiBaat. (File Pic) pic.twitter.com/t9rK19KACg— ANI (@ANI) April 29, 2018
#11:02 AM: Prime Minister Modi begins the 43rd edition of his 'Mann Ki Baat' by talking about India's wonderful performance at the 2018 CWG.
#10: 30 AM: There are many such efforts by hardworking citizens that make India proud. Let us talk about them during Mann Ki Baat at 11 AM today. Do join, tweets PM Modi.
#10:20 AM: Live will start at 11 AM. Till then watch the highlights of PM Modi’s last ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address.