Mann ki Baat with Students says Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning tweeted that his next "Mann ki Baat" will be on school and competitive exams. Days after his joint radio address with US President Barack Obama, PM Modi has once again invited feedback from the public.

He tweeted,  "Was thinking about this month's radio programme and thought…why not share 'Mann Ki Baat' with students preparing for board and competitive exams." PM Modi tweeted.

Prime Minister has invited people to post their inputs on his Government's interactive forum - ygov.in, a platform where citizens can interact with Modi and share their ideas of making governance better.

Modi connects with citizens through his radio address, "Mann ki Baat" at least once a month where he shares his ideas with millions of people living in rural as well as urban areas.

Last month, Prime Minister Modi asked people to post questions for his joint address with President Obama, who visited India for the January 26 Republic Day celebrations. Both leaders took up some questions during the programme, with the Prime Minister Modi doubling up as the coordinator.

In the past, the PM has used Mann Ki Baat to promote a massive nationwide cleanliness drive, promise action against tax evasion, and raise awareness of drug abuse.

Courtesy Niti Central

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