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PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat strengthened the pillars of Indian democracy says Amit Shah

Amit Shah, the union home minister, praised “Mann Ki Baat,” whose 100th episode will air on April 30, calling it Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “unprecedented experiment” to strengthen the pillars of India’s democracy.

After taking office in 2014, the Prime Minister launched the monthly radio show.The Home Minister declared, “Mann Ki Baat is an unprecedented experiment carried out by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that empowered the foundations of India’s democracy,” in his remarks at the National Conclave’s closing session on the topic.

The leader is recognizing the accomplishments of those who are each making a unique contribution to India’s national growth at this significant occasion, according to Shah.

He remarked that “Akashvani” is the “voice of the nation’s soul” and that he was pleased that the Prime Minister had chosen to use it as a platform for his monthly radio program to connect with the public.

“I’m happy that Modi Ji choose ‘Akashvani’ to deliver his message. I’ve been an admirer of “Akashvani” since I was young. It is, in my opinion, the soul of the country. I read in “Akshvani” about India’s victory in Bangladesh as well as Indira Gandhi’s downfall during an emergency. I frequently listened to Jaymala, a program that played songs at the soldiers’ requests to amuse them. People had forgotten about this medium, but Modi had brought it back to life and made it popular with the younger generation, the home minister added.

Additionally, he asserted that only via conversation between the people and the ruler can democracy’s foundation grow solid. The foundation of India was strengthened by Mann Ki Baat in that capacity.

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