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100th Mann Ki Baat commemorated with resolutions by New York and New Jersey

The States of New York and New Jersey have passed special resolutions thanking Mann Ki Baat, the monthly radio show hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on its 100th episode. The programme has developed into an effective method of communication to promote good governance and strengthen democracy, according to the resolution, which was approved by the Senate and Assembly on April 26, 2023.

In New Jersey on Sunday, the resolutions were delivered to S Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs. The occasion was planned to broadcast Mann Ki Baat’s 100th episode to the local Indian-American and diaspora population. On October 3, 2014, the programme made its premiere. It is presently broadcast on the whole All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan (DD) network on the last Sunday of the month.

According to the New York Legislative Resolution, Mann Ki Baat offers the Prime Minister a special opportunity to speak to Indians and listeners around the world directly. In order to advance good governance and strengthen democracy, it has developed into a productive channel of communication between the Indian government and its citizens.

The resolution passed by the New Jersey General Assembly mentions the monthly radio program’s goal of educating and enlightening the public. It answers some of the most important issues that common people have and gives the Prime Minister’s opinions and vast knowledge on a variety of topics.

The resolutions state that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constant and unshakable dedication is to blame for Mann Ki Baat’s success. The programme is praised for its assistance to the Indian diaspora and has amassed a sizable following throughout the world.

Young people showed dexterity during the event thanks to the Mallakhamba’s outstanding performance, which Modi noted in the 70th episode of Mann Ki Baat. The Prime Minister addresses the Indian people on several problems during the radio programme.

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