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PM Modi to address 14th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ tomorrow

In this ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Modi will share his thoughts on a number of themes and issues.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts with nation in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme which will be aired on the All India Radio (AIR) on Sunday. The 14th edition of the programme will be broadcast at 11 am in the morning on the entire network of AIR and Doordarshan.In this ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Modi will share his thoughts on a number of themes and issues. The Prime Minister had urged the people to share their ideas for the programme on the MyGov Open Forum.In a tweet, he also invited people to share their voice messages for the programme on the toll-free number: 1800-3000-7800. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In his last programme, he had laid emphasis on organ donation and had asserted that it was an important issue. The 13th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ faced hurdles after the Congress called for a ban on the Prime Minister’s programme.

Don’t slaughter cows, create burial grounds for them: Azam Khan

To buttress his point, the minister quoted several Muslim emperors who had imposed ban on slaughtering of cows.

He also accused PM Modi of defaming the country on foreign land

Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan, who has earlier advocated banning cow slaughter, on Sunday called for creating burial grounds for dead cows as a mark of respect. Azam also asked the people not to sell infertile or old cows. “I am very much in favour of banning slaughtering of cows. People should not sell off cows grown infertile or old,” the minister said after inaugurating a market here today. To buttress his point, the minister quoted several Muslim emperors who had imposed ban on slaughtering of cows.”A burial ground should be arranged for dead cows,” he said. Taking on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he accused him of defaming the country on foreign land. “He (Modi) has been defaming India in foreign countries by telling that dishonesty, bribery etc existed here (before he took the reins),” Azam said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He also said that the prime minister should listen to the ‘Mann ki Baat’ of the masses instead of appearing on All India Radio to air his own ‘Mann ki Baat’, which cannot provide solace to the masses suffering due to spiralling prices. Targeting those who ask him to migrate to Pakistan, Azam asked,”they should advice me that how can I take with me Jauhar university and various other developmental works done by me?”

PM Modi to address nation in the eighth edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ today at 11 am

As per PM Narendra Modi’s tweet, he may address either the farmers or the Army personnels.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation in the eighth edition of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme on All India Radio (AIR) at 11 am today.PM Modi announced his Mann Ki Baat scheduled for Sunday last night.He said, “Tomorrow 11 AM I will share ‘Mann Ki Baat’. Looking forward to communicating through the radio. Do tune in!”The programme aims to deliver the Prime Minister’s voice to the general masses of the country since television connection is still not available everywhere, especially in the rural regions of remote locations.The first edition of the programme was aired on October 3, 2014.The United States President Barack Obama was also a part of the January edition of ‘Mann ki Baat’ during his visit to India.In the last edition on April 26, Prime Minister Modi had shared concerns over the devastating earthquake in Nepal and pledged India’s whole -hearted assistance to the neighbouring country.The programme has generated an encouraging response from citizens across the country. It is simultaneously broadcast live on all channels of All India Radio and Doordarshan.

Listen: Full episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ with PM Modi and Obama

“The world will be more secure if United States and India share values,” US President Barack Obama said during his address on All India Radio’s Mann Ki Baat show, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation every month.

Sharing their personal experiences, both Obama and Modi spoke of how if one is determined enough, they can achieve their goals irrespective of their family backgrounds.

President Barack Obama and PM Narendra Modi recording ‘Mann Ki Baat’ show in New Delhi. PTI