As the nation awaits the centenary edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat, here’s how you can contribute your views and ideas for the conversation. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio broadcast ‘Mann Ki Baat’ approaches its 100th edition this Sunday, the government has asked citizens to contribute thoughts and ideas for how to commemorate the occasion. After becoming Prime Minister in 2014, PM Modi began addressing the nation through his monthly radio show.
According to the government website MyGov.in, there are three ways to offer your suggestions: the first is through the Narendra Modi app, the second is by participating in the MyGov open forum, and the third is by calling the toll-free number 1800117800 and recording your message. The deadline for submissions is April 27th. Modi stated on Tuesday that he was looking forward to the 100th episode of his radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat,’ which is set to air on April 30. “Like you, I am also eagerly awaiting the 100th episode,” he said before a huge gathering at Silvassa in Dadra and Nagar Haveli district. As the nation anticipates the 100th episode, let us review what happened in the previous episode. PM spoke about persons who committed their lives to the service of humanity in the 99th episode of Mann Ki Baat.
He mentioned, “My dear countrymen, in Mann Ki Baat, we have mentioned thousands of people who dedicate their lives to the service of others. There are many people who spend their entire pension towards the education of daughters…some dedicate their whole life’s earnings for the environment and living beings. In our country, a selfless charity, Parmarth, has been placed so high that people do not hesitate to donate their all for the happiness of others. That’s why since childhood we have been narrating the sagas of Shivi and Dadhichi, who sacrificed their mortal selves.”
Speaking about organ donation, the Prime Minister stated that “in this era of modern medical science, organ donation has become a very important means of imparting life to someone.” He continued, “It is said that when a person donates one’s body after death, it creates a possibility for eight to nine people to get a new life.”