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Mann ki Baat: PM Modi wishes nation on Navratri, congratulates media for promoting Swachhta mission

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his monthly radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’ at All India Radio. This edition of PM’s Mann Ki Baat is a special one as it marks the third anniversary of the show.


By   |  Updated On : September 24, 2017 12:41 PM
New Delhi :  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his monthly radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’ at All India Radio. This edition of PM’s Mann Ki Baat is a special one as it marks the third anniversary of the show. 

Here are the highlights of the episode: 

#Lt. Swati and Lt. Nidhi have made the nation proud, says the Prime Minister during

#PM Modi wishes nation on Navratri

#PM Modi urges people, especially youngsters to discover the wonders of #IncredibleIndia in the months to come. 

Sardar Patel unified the nation. Let us always preserve this unity. #MannKiBaat pic.twitter.com/MzTjPUj7Gu

— PMO India (@PMOIndia) September 24, 2017 >

#Nanaji Deshmukh devoted his life towards the betterment of our villages: PM 

#PM appreciates the media for furthering the message of cleanliness

#PM appreciates young Bilal Dar from Kashmir for actively taking up the cleanliness drive

#I am delighted to see the support towards Swachhata Hi Seva movement. People are actively contributing to a Swachh Bharat: PM 

#This Gandhi Jayanti, let us buy a Khadi product and light the lamp of prosperity in the lives of the poor.

#I get so much feedback for MannKiBaat. Naturally, I am not able to refer to all of it but the inputs given help us in the Government: PM

#PM Modi: Show helps draw attention to problems, achievements in nooks and corners of the nation

#MannKiBaat - an effective way to showcase the strengths of India.

#This is the 36th episode of #MannKiBaat, which completes 3 years with this episode: PM 

#PM Modi to begin address at 11 AM

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The programme will be broadcast at 11 am on All India Radio and Doordarshan. Apart from this, it will also be streamed on YouTube channels of the PM’s Office and Information and Broadcasting Ministry.

The regional versions of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ will be originated by the capital AIR stations in non-Hindi speaking zones immediately after its Hindi broadcast.

Earlier on August 27, in his 35th edition of Mann Ki Baat, PM while referring to violence in Panchkula following the conviction of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, had said that violence would not be tolerated and those indulging in it would be punished.

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First Published: Sunday, September 24, 2017 07:27 AM
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