RadioandMusic
| 27 May 2022
Modi to receive views for his monthly radio broadcast through AIR

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to personally look into letters sent to him by post or e-mail so that he can address the issues in his monthly ‘Mann ki baat’ broadcast over All India Radio.

He said in his second broadcast that “an active citizen is the biggest strength of development.”In order to enable people without access to the internet to communicate with him, the Prime Minister has invited people to write to him at:

Mann Ki BaatAkashvaniSansad MargNew Delhi

Those wanting to link can go to #PMonAIR. During the broadcast, those who are on the internet can also log on to AIR’s website for the live stream.

Noting that he had received constructive suggestions, he said his next ‘Mann ki Baat’ expected on a Sunday next month at 11:00 am will be on tackling the menace of drug abuse among the younger generation. 

AIR officials said though, it was too early to find out the number of FM channels which had taken the broadcast from AIR, the number of FM channels who had contacted the pubcaster for this had gone up. Most television news channels also used the broadcast with different visuals.

Modi had said during his first broadcast that he was using the medium of AIR as it reached every nook and corner of the country.