PM Modi’s most applauded program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has now been in the paper to reach the people offline. This radio broadcast program was delivered to each & every region of the country via radio where people gets the information of Government’s upcoming steps.
The book reflects PM Modi’s occasion when interacting with Indian population via radio. Most remarkable thing about this book is the ‘Preface’ has been written by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe where he described PM Modi as reflecting ‘strong passion for dialogue’. Book name is “Mann Ki Baat: a social revolution on Radio”.
“Talking on a one-hour radio show once a month while addressing challenging tasks as Prime Minister requires tremendous efforts, I cannot but feel his strong passion for dialogue,” says Mr Abe.
The book will be released on May 26 at Rashtrapati Bhavan where Honourable Speaker Smt. Sumitra Mahajan will present first copy of a book to President Pranava Mukherjee. On account of completing 3 years of Modi government and it received good round of appreciation from people of India.
When coming to the, how concept came in mind of PM Modi, he exclaimed, “arre isme kya baat hai, kaho kuch halki phulki Mann ki baat karunga” (why make a big fuss, it will be just a heart to heart talk)”.
Feedback from the listeners, Mann Ki Baat is the analytics from people where the government was guided by the scenarios and are able to reach even more people from rural areas especially. Although, Mann ki Baat has also entered into political lexicon as the gesture of opposition party towards ruling party on any decisions taken.
“So many people heard Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’ speech on the radio. It has a transformative power like no other medium,” Prime Minister Modi is quoted as saying in the book.
This book will be available from Amazon.