“Mann ki Baat’’ reaches 100

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘s popular program reaches at 100th episode Today.  The 100th episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’ was  broadcast today at 11 am in Radio and in Doordarshan. The program has provided a platform for the expression of the country’s positive energy and creative power. PM Modi has brought the mantra of democracy to the grassroots through 99 episodes of “Mann Ki Baat”. The Vice President Jagdeep Dhanker said that as “Mann Ki Baat” completes its 100th episode, it will be the foundation to ‘India @ 100’. He said that India will be at the top of the world when it will celebrate the centenary of Independence in 2047.

According to the reports at least 23 Crores are regular listeners of the show. The program have five main themes cleanliness and sanitation, health, wellness, water conservation, and sustainability. The BJP also properly planned to organize facilities in every Assembly constituency of the country for people to listen to the program. The program was telecast live by Doordarshan today.

The 100th episode was also broadcasted live in the United Nations headquarters in New York. A historic moment for Indians. Mann ki Baat is broadcasted in All India Radio with a motive to connect it with the young generation. Home Minister Amit Shah said that people had almost forgotten All India Radio due to different mediums of communication, but Prime Minister connected the young generation through “Mann Ki Baat” and gave a new lease of life to All India Radio. He said that PM Modi took All India Radio to every home and village of the country.

Tourism Ministry has also decided to celebrate the 100th Episode of “Mann ki Baat” through its Yuva Tourism Clubs. Tourism has been mentioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from time to time in the program. Tourism Ministry proposes to undertake a special initiative of “100 Episodes of “Mann ki Baat” – 100 days of Action” through the Yuva Tourism Clubs. According to survey it is said there were 23 crore regular listeners of “Mann Ki Baat” and 96% of population was aware of the radio program.