New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is all set to hit the century on Sunday, when he will address the 100th episode of his radio talk at 11 am.
The central government has also released a video showing how the radio show is recorded by the Prime Minister.
Broadcast live at United Nations headquarters
In a historic moment, the episode will be broadcast live at the United Nations headquarters in New York. “Get ready for a historic moment as the 100th episode of PM Modi’s “Mann Ki Baat” is set to go live on April 30th in Trusteeship Council Chamber at @UN HQ!” the Permanent Mission of India to the UN said in a tweet.
“#MannKiBaat has become a monthly national tradition, inspiring millions to participate in India’s developmental journey,” the Permanent Mission said.
The Indian Mission in the US on Saturday also tweeted: “As #MannKiBaat goes global with a live broadcast at UN Headquarters, let’s take a moment to appreciate the impact it has had in promoting inclusivity and public participation.”
As #MannKiBaat goes global with a live broadcast at UN Headquarters, let’s take a moment to appreciate the impact it has had in promoting inclusivity and public participation. pic.twitter.com/YgJwwJ8fe5
— India at UN, NY (@IndiaUNNewYork) April 29, 2023
Special screening at Indian high commission in London
The Indian high commission in London, UK, will at 6:30am on Sunday host a special screening of the episode. “@HCI_London is hosting a special screening of #MannKiBaat tomorrow at 06:30 am. #MannKiBaatAt100. Tune in for the 100th Maan Ki Baat on 30th April 2023,” the Indian high commission in London tweeted on Saturday.
— India in the UK (@HCI_London) April 29, 2023
Mann Ki Baat programme started on October 3, 2014, months after Narendra Modi took over the Prime Minister’s Office in May.
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