RadioandMusic
| 25 Feb 2020
Modi expected to talk about Kabul and Lahore visits in Mann ki Baat tomorrow

New Delhi: The fifteenth monthly broadcast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to share his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ through All India Radio will be aired tomorrow morning.

The broadcast from 1100 hours will be aired on all kendras of AIR and also on Doordarshan. A regional language version will be aired at 8.00 pm from the respective kendras on the same day.

This month’s Mann ki Baat acquires special attention, not just because it is the last broadcast during 2015, but because of Modi’s unannounced visits to Kabul and Lahore yesterday.

The programme would also be live-streamed on the You Tube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Information and Broadcasting ministry and DD News.
As in some previous editions, he is expected to play some of the recordings of suggestions sent in by citizens through mygov.in or the toll free number. Modi had tweeted on 21 December asking for suggestions on what people would like him to talk about.

In his last edition of ‘Mann Ki Baa’, Modi expressed concern over the flood situation in Tamil Nadu, climate change, differently-abled people and also asked the SAARC nations to join hands for disaster preparedness.