‘Mann Ki Baat’ will take place on July 26 what will Prime Minister Narendra Modi say?
PM Modi will address the nation at 11 a.m. today on 'Mann ki Baat'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on July 26 at 11 am on the radio program 'Mann Ki Baat'. During this time PM Modi will share his views with the people of the country. This will be the 67th episode of the monthly radio program. It will be broadcast on the entire network of All India Radio and Doordarshan.
Like the recent Mann Ki Baat episodes, the Prime Minister's focus will be on the current coronavirus epidemic, in which India has registered more than 1.3 million cases so far. In fact, on Monday, Prime Minister Modi is chairing a meeting with chief ministers to discuss the current COVID-19 situation in the country.
He is also expected to speak on Kargil Vijay Diva, whose 21st anniversary will be celebrated today. Much of his earlier Mann Ki Baat address, focusing on India's tensions with China in eastern Ladakh on June 28, the Prime Minister paid tribute to the 20 Indian soldiers killed in a wounded attack by Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley. June 15.
The Prime Minister Modi himself tweeted about this on Saturday. Earlier on June 26, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the people through the 'Mann Ki Baat' program.
Where can you hear Mann Ki Baat?
As usual, the Prime Minister will address the people through the Mann Ki Baat program on Sunday, July 26 at 11 am. All celestial channels will be broadcast simultaneously from all the centers. It will also be aired on Doordarshan's Rashtriya, Samachar, DD Bharti, DD India, DD Urdu and DD Kisan. Doordarshan has tweeted about this.
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It may be mentioned that Prime Minister Modi said in his tweet on July 11 that anyone who wants to give advice for 'Mann Ki Baat' program can give it through various media.
He wrote in his tweet, ‘I am sure you know how collective efforts have led to inspiring change and how to bring about positive change. Of course you will also be familiar with the aspects that have changed people's lives.