PM Modi discussed the 2014 origins of Mann Ki Baat on the program. He also discussed the accomplishments of the “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” initiative.
At 100, Mann Ki Baat: During the recording of the 100th episode of his monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat” in New Delhi on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Show allowed me to connect with people when I came to Delhi in 2014.” ANI
Today’s historic 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat aired, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked the people of India for contributing to his achievement. He claimed that his radio program is the “Mann Ki Baat” and an emotional expression of millions of Indians.
The prime minister stated at the start of his speech, “I have received lakhs of messages from you, thousands of letters from you. I became moved and swept away by these messages as I read through them.
“You’ve congratulated me on the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat, but I think we should all be congratulating our countrymen—all the listeners. He said, “Mann Ki Baat is the emotional expression of millions of Indians and their Mann Ki Baat.
Bill Gates congratulates PM Modi on the 100th “Mann Ki Baat” broadcast.
According to PM Modi, “The Mann Ki Baat show is the personification of our citizens; here we celebrate positivity, and people’s participation,” adding that the program is a method to recognize the accomplishments of others and a chance to pick up tips from others.
He also discussed the 2014 origins of Mann Ki Baat on the broadcast. “We started the Mann Ki Baat journey on October 3, 2014, in honor of Vijaya Dashami,” he remarked. Mann Ki Baat symbolized the goodness and positivism of Indians, just as Vijaya Dashami celebrates the triumph of good over evil.
The success of the “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” initiative, which has improved the gender ratio in the nation, was also noted by the speaker.
“I launched the ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ campaign right there in Haryana. I addressed the “Selfie with Daughter” campaign in my show since it had a big impact on me. The ‘Selfie with Daughter’ campaign quickly went global. The goal of this campaign was to increase awareness of the value of daughters in a person’s life, he stated.
He said, in reference to the advancement of women’s empowerment in India, “I’m glad that MannKiBaat has covered various stories of women’s empowerment, such as the women of Deora village in Chhattisgarh, tribal women in Tamil Nadu making terracotta cups, and women rejuvenating Vellore Lake.”
He continued, “MannKiBaat has highlighted stories of gifted people in a variety of disciplines, from promoting Aatmanirbhar Bharat to Make in India and space businesses.
Finally, he thanked everyone for helping Mann Ki Baat become a reality. “I’d want to thank whoever took over running Mann Ki Baat. The triumph of Mann Ki Baat was made possible by the tenacity of the Indian people.