The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is preparing to make the 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s radio show “Mann ki Baat” an unprecedented mass outreach program. In a bid to ensure that the radio broadcast reaches as many people as possible, the party plans to set up facilities for people to listen to it at 100 venues on average in every assembly constituency across the country.
According to BJP sources, the party will arrange for people to hear Modi’s speech at approximately four lakh locations, including abroad. The party’s overseas divisions and several non-political organizations have also been brought on board to ensure maximum outreach.
To make the 100th episode a “historic” success, Party President J P Nadda will oversee the entire process. Senior party leaders will hold several videoconferences to oversee the process, which will be overseen by BJP MPs and MLAs in their respective constituencies.
Eminent citizens will also be invited to listen to the program in every Raj Bhawan, the official residences of governors, and the homes of chief ministers from the BJP or its allies. Padma awardees from all states have been welcomed to go to the occasions at Raj Bhavans.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is set to complete its 100th episode this Sunday. The government has requested citizens to send suggestions and ideas on how to celebrate the 100th episode of the monthly radio program.
During his monthly broadcast, which airs on the last Sunday of each month, Modi discusses a variety of topics. The program began in 2014, the year he came to power, and has been happening since. He reaches a wide range of people who are socioeconomically and culturally diverse through All India Radio, the largest radio network in the world with 262 stations and over 375 private and community stations.
Modi inspires and energizes his listeners not only on social, cultural, and economic issues but also on difficult issues that the world is facing today, such as the climate crisis, the waste management crisis, and the energy crisis. With the BJP’s efforts to make the 100th episode of “Mann ki Baat” an unprecedented mass outreach program, the program will likely reach even more people and create a larger impact than ever before.