New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's next 'Mann Ki Baat' radio broadcast will be on…
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday will address people on All India Radio (AIR) for the third time, to share his thoughts on a variety of issues.
“On Sunday at 11 AM I look forward to sharing my thoughts during the #MannKiBaat radio programme. http://www.narendramodi.in/mannkibaat/,” tweeted PM Modi.
In his Radio programme Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Modi will talk about the menace of drug addiction. During his last address, he had shared that a large number of people have been talking to him about the issue which he described as very serious.
“As I said during the last programme, this time I would talk about the menace of drugs. http://nm4.in/1sjHeVN #MannKiBaat,” he said in another tweet.
The Prime Minister had also invited people to talk on the issue on MyGov Open Forum on mitigating the menace and steps to get youngsters out of it. The programme will be broadcast on entire All India Radio network at 11 AM in the morning.
“Several people shared ideas, comments and insights on the topic which have been both eye-opening and helpful. My thanks to them for contributing,” he said in a series of tweets.
The programme will also be available on DD News, DD Bharati, Private FM Radio channels and private TV channels.