BJP steps in to take PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to next level; plans to reach more audience

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Filled with confidence after registering massive victory in the recently held national polls, Bharatiya Janata Party is planning to take PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to its next level making full use of all the resources and planning many special arrangements.

In a bid to reach out to more people, the party has directed all its cadres to make special arrangements including putting up big screens and better radio sets to attract more people for the PM Modi’s monthly radio program.

Many Bharatiya Janata Party is also planning to watch PM Modi’s program with the party workers and among the people. Speaking on the development, BJP National Secretary Tarun Chugh said, ‘On the directions of BJP National Chief Amit Shah, we are taking PM Modi’s Radio Programme to all level in an effective manner’.

READ: PM Modi’s Radio Programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to resume from June 30; seeks Ideas, thoughts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s radio program “Mann Ki Baat” will resume from June 30. ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself just like ‘address to the nation’ in which he addresses the people of the nation on All India Radio, DD National and DD News.

PM Modi announced the resume of the program in a tweet on May 30. Announcing the restart of the radio program, PM Modi in a tweet said, ’30th June, Sunday at 11:00 AM…We will meet once again, thanks to the radio, share joy, positivity and celebrate the collective strength of 130 crore Indians. I am sure you have lots to say for #MannKiBaat. Share it on the NaMo App Open Forum’.

PM Modi also seek insights from the public for his upcoming episode of his Radio Program ‘Mann Ki Baat’. He asked everyone to share there ideas and thoughts. Some of the suggestions would be referred by the Prime Minister during his address.

This will be the first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ after PM Modi stormed back to power in the recently held national polls. The first episode of the second season will be broadcasted on All India Radio, on June 30.

PM Modi had on February 24 held its last ‘Mann Ki Baat’ following which the program was discontinued during the Lok Sabha elections. In his last ‘Mann Ki Baat’, which was the 53rd edition of the program, PM expressed his utter grief on the recent over Pulwama Terror Attack. 



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