PM Narendr Modiji Live Today ( Mann Ki Baat )

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PM Narendr Modiji Live Today ( Mann Ki Baat )

Friends: Prime Minister Modi will address the nation this evening at 8.45 pm, this will be his 7th address in Corona time.

He himself has informed about this by tweeting. This will be Modi’s seventh address during the Corona. He had earlier addressed the gathering on June 30. They spoke for 17 minutes that day.

The Corona virus continues to plague the country, with the Prime Minister urging people to abide by the rules. Prime Minister Modi has given a mantra that as long as there is no medicine, there is no relaxation. Corona cases have been declining in the country over the last few days and the number of active cases is declining rapidly.

The country is currently in the throes of a festive season and will continue to do so in the days to come.

Corona’s case has declined recently. However, the government is constantly appealing to the people to be vigilant as part of the precaution that the festival may cause congestion in the markets.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to deliver a message to the countrymen on Tuesday at 6 pm. Prime Minister Modi tweeted on Tuesday afternoon, “I will deliver a message in the name of the nation this evening at 6 pm, you will definitely join.”

Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the nation several times before amid the Coronavirus Pandemic virus.

The mantra has been given by PM Modi that as long as there is no medicine, all vigilance must be maintained government.


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It may be mentioned that the country is currently going through a festive season and in the coming days there will be continuous festivals, in which strict measures may be taken once again by the government.

In today’s episode, PM Modi is likely to focus on the relaxations being given from June 1, after over two months of complete lockdown

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing the nation through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann ki Baat’, at 11 am today.

On June 15, PM Modi had asked people of the country to share ideas for him to address the 66th edition of the programme.

“This month’s #MannKiBaat will take place on the 28th. Though 2 weeks away, please keep the ideas and inputs coming! It’ll enable me to go through maximum number of comments and phone calls. Am sure you’ll have much to say, on fighting COVID-19 and topics in addition to that,” PM Modi had tweeted.

In today’s episode, PM Modi is likely to focus on the relaxations being given from June 1, after over two months of complete lockdown.

Maan ki baat
Maan ki baat

AIR will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. The regional language versions will be repeated at eight in the evening.

Prime Minister Modi has addressed the nation 12 times so far

1. 8 November 201 .: Announced the closure of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes to control black money.
2. 15 February 2019: Prime Minister addresses the nation after 40 CRPF personnel were killed in Pulwama.
3. March 27, 2019: Modi says DRDO scientists have smashed a live satellite in Lower Earth orbit.
4. August 8, 2019: After removing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Modi addressed the nation on August 8, 2019 at 8 pm.
5. September 7, 2019: Encouraged scientists after Chandrayaan-2 lost contact before landing on the moon.
6. 9 November 2019: Supreme Court judgment on Ayodhya dispute and talks on Kartarpur corridor in Punjab.
7. March 19, 2020: The Prime Minister appealed for a public curfew to get people’s cooperation with the government’s efforts to fight coronavirus in the country.
8. March 24, 2020: Asking the countrymen for some time to fight Corona, he announced a nationwide lockdown for 21 days.
9. 3 April 2020: Appealed to light a lamp on the terrace or balcony, after turning off the lights of the house from 9 pm to 9 minutes on 5 April 2020.
10. 14 April 2020; The nationwide lockdown was extended to May 3.
11. 12 May 2020: Announces Rs 20 Lakh Crore Package for Self Reliant India Campaign.
12. 30 June 2020: Prime Minister announces extension of Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana till end of November.

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi addresses the nation every month on All India Radio.

Having officially started from 3 October 2014, the programme aims to deliver the Prime Minister’s voice and ideas to the general masses of India. Since television connection is still not available everywhere in India, especially in the isolated, rural and less developed regions, radio was chosen to be the medium for the programme, owing to its wider reach. An estimated 90% of the total Indian population is reachable over the medium.Doordarshan’s Direct to Home (DTH) service free dish relays feeds of the 20-minute-long episodes, to television and radio channels.

The first Mann Ki Baat programme was broadcast on the occasion of Vijayadashami on 3 October 2014 followed by the second broadcast on 2 November 2014.

The US President, Barack Obama and the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi recording the special episode of “Mann ki Baat”, in New Delhi on 27 January 2015.
The former President of the United States, Barack Obama, was a part of the January edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, which was aired on 27 January 2015. Obama had arrived in India to be a part of the Republic Day Parade

All about “Mann ki baat”

In the first fifteen addresses of live radio broadcast, more than 61,000 ideas were received on the website and 1.43 lakh audio recordings by listeners have been received. Each month, some selected calls become a part of the broadcast. From 2 June 2017, Mann Ki Baat will be available in regional dialects.The aim is to expand reach of the program as far as possible. The 50th episode of the program was broadcast on All India Radio on 30 AUGUST 2020

Traders and industrialists have complained about weekend lockdowns like Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and arbitrary lockdowns like West Bengal. The Center is in favor of allowing as many economic activities as possible and this is the first set of guidelines where the power to impose restrictions in the public health interest has been stripped from the local administration.


It will be the 69th episode of the monthly radio programme. during a tweet, Mr Modi said, the best strength of Mann Ki Baat is that the diverse range of inputs received from people across India.


He said people can share their views within the NaMo app or MyGov Open Forum. Mr Modi said, they will also dial the toll-free number 1800-11-7800 and record their message. People can provides a missed turn 1922 and follow the link received in SMS to directly give their suggestions to the Prime Minister

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