With the blessings of the Sun God, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will engage with the nation once more through the much-anticipated program ‘Mann Ki Baat,’ marking its 103rd episode on July 30. Scheduled for telecast at 11 am, this monthly radio show has become a significant platform for addressing crucial issues affecting the country. The 102nd episode, which aired on 18 June, saw the Prime Minister discussing various topics, including Yoga Diwas and other pressing matters. Earlier in April, the program commemorated its 100th episode, a remarkable milestone in its journey.
103rd Episode of Mann Ki Baat: Join PM Modi on July 30
According to an IIM survey, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has achieved a remarkable reach of 100 crore listeners. Almost 96 percent of the audience is familiar with this program, attesting to its wide popularity. It is estimated that a vast majority of the population has tuned in to this show at least once.
The inception of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ dates back to 3 October 2014, and it is regularly broadcast on the last Sunday of each month at 11 am. Over the years, it has evolved into a 30-minute program encompassing a variety of topics and perspectives. Available in 22 Indian languages and 29 dialects, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has extended its reach to 11 foreign languages as well, enabling its global appeal.
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As PM Modi’s 103rd episode is set to air, the show will be broadcasted live at approximately 2,604 booths in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh. As part of the mass contact campaign initiated by the BJP in Gonda and other districts, the program will be televised and relayed through roadshows, enhancing accessibility for the citizens.