On the completion of the 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the Bharatiya Janata Party has made preparations in full swing. The Prime Minister will talk to the countrymen at 11 am. Live broadcast of this event will also take place at the United Nations Headquarters.
Apart from this, it is also being told in the media that the Bharatiya Janata Party has organized events at 4 lakh places including abroad to make this address of PM Modi accessible to the masses. It will be broadcast from Raj Bhavan to the residence of every Chief Minister of BJP and on more than 500 centers of AIR.
It was started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to connect with the people. Gradually, it became a powerful medium to convey the message of the people to the people. It is broadcast in 22 languages and 29 dialects. Apart from this, it is also broadcast in 11 foreign languages – French, Indonesian, Tibetan, Burmese, Balochi, Arabic, Pashtu, Persian, Dari and Swahili.
Studies show that PM Modi connected at least 100 crore people with him in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ and this could bring a grassroots change in the society. In ‘Mann Ki Baat’ editions, there were talks on cleanliness to health where PM Modi himself was seen making people aware on small issues. The most important thing is that the effect of PM’s words and his efforts were also seen.
According to the survey of IIM Rohtak, Mann Ki Baat reached 100 crore listeners. 23 crore people used to listen to it regularly. On the other hand, according to the survey, 96 percent of the population knew about this radio program. A research in this regard has also been done by the Institute for Competitiveness (IFC) in partnership with Axis My India and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
It has been told in its report that through this program the common people were motivated to participate in the schemes that bring change. This had a good impact on the life of the country and its citizens. Those who brought change on the ground were felicitated at the event. In this report titled ‘Mann Ki Baat: A Decade of Reflections’, it has been said that people took action after listening to this program and supported the change.