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Mann Ki Baat 50th episode highlights

Mann Ki Baat 50th episode highlights

Prime Minister’s radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat finished 49 episodes so far. And yesterday’s episode was 50th episode.

In this context, PM Modi thanked the media people.

He also expressed his gratitude to Dr. BR Ambedkar for playing a pivotal role in the drafting of the Constituent Assembly.

Here are some key highlights of 50th episode of Mann Ki Baat:

  • PM said that he thought politics would not be part of the programme when it was started in 2014. He said that our culture is immortal and he does not want the country to ever let go of its unity.
  • Media is playing a good role in airing his Mann Ki Baat porgamme on their channels regularly and taking up issues raised in the programme. He is happy for that and thanked the media for the support.
  • PM expressed his gratitude to the makers of the Constitution as India is observing the Constitution Day on November 26.
  • He also paid his tribute to Guru Nanak Dev. In this regard, he announced that Indian government took a decision to open Kartarpur Corridor to visit the holy place of Guru Nanak Dev in Pakistan easily. Earlier, in the last week, several Sikh pilgrims and Indian high officials had bitter experiences in Pakistan while they were set to visit the holy place of Guru Nanak Dev.
  • PM appreciated the ambitious nature of youth who are aiming big and achieving success. As youth are capable of multitasking, they can do several things at a time, he says.
  • However, while emphasizing their role in the country’s development, PM wanted them to be more effective in communication.
  • PM shared an interesting matter to choose radio as a medium to reach the citizens across the country. When he was having a tea at road-side tea-stall, the stall owner offered him sweets saying that he heard the success of nuclear test of the country on radio. That’s why PM chose radio as it very powerful and can reach every nook and corner of the country.

Image credit: Prime Minister’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ on All India Radio image by Narendra Modi is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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