PM Modi Addresses Nation Through 50th Edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation on the 50th broadcast of his radio show Mann Ki Baat’ at All India Radio. On the golden jubilee episode of his radio show, PM Modi revealed how the idea of the show came into being while he was on a trip to Himachal Pradesh.

PM Modi said, “When Mann ki Baat began, I decided that politics will not be a part of it. It’ll neither have the praises of the government nor my name.” The Prime Minister also praised the opening of Kartarpur corridor. He said, “The government has made a very important decision — that of opening the Kartarpur Corridor so that people of our nation can easily go to Kartarpur in Pakistan and visit the sacred place of Guru Nanak Dev.”

Praising the youth of the country, PM Modi said- “Today, the youth is very ambitious, they think big. It’s good, dream big and achieve great success….. this is the New India. People say the young generation wants to do so many things at the same time. I say what’s wrong in that? They are good at multitasking, so they do that.”

Emphasising on the importance of media in educating the masses about social welfare campaigns, PM Modi said Cleanliness, road safety, drug free India and selfie with daughter are some of the initiatives that the media campaigned for in a creative manner.

Notably, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ was launched on October 3, 2014. In the previous broadcasts, Prime Minister Modi spoke on several key issues including education of the girl child, tackling exam stress, curbing pollution and drug menace.

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