PM Modi’s first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in his 3.0, Everything to know he included

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is bringing back his radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on June 30, marking its first episode since he started his third term. This program allows PM Modi to talk directly to the people of India about important topics.

PM Modi's first 'Mann Ki Baat' in his 3.0, How to Join and Where to Listen

The show started in October 2014, shortly after PM Modi became Prime Minister. Since then, there have been over 110 episodes. It’s been a way for PM Modi to talk about government plans and hear from the public.

How to Join in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on June 30

PM Modi actively encourages public participation in ‘Mann Ki Baat’. Citizens are invited to share their ideas and suggestions for the show through various channels, including a toll-free number (1800-11-7800), the Narendra Modi App, or the MyGov Open Forum.

Where to Listen ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on June 30

Listeners can tune in to ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Akashwani, Doordarshan, the AIR News website, and the newsonair mobile app. Additionally, the show will be live-streamed on YouTube channels managed by AIR News, DD News, PMO, and the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, reaching a wide audience across the country.

‘Mann Ki Baat’ is an important way for PM Modi to share his thoughts and hear from Indians across the country. As it returns, it continues to be a way for people to connect with their government and discuss important issues together.

In February, PM Modi decided to pause ‘Mann Ki Baat’ for three months because of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He wanted to make sure there was no political bias. He also encouraged first-time voters to come out and vote.

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