Vikash Sharma

The entire nation is looking forward to the country’s popular radio show, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Today, it will be the 100th episode of Narendra Modi's monthly radio programme which is all set to be broadcast worldwide.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ show has empowered the common man to take charge and make a difference in their lives as well as for the society at large. From inspiring conversations to innovative ideas, the Mann Ki Baat has certainly been an aspiration for millions of people.

What makes Mann Ki Baat unique is its broadcast in multiple languages which breaks barriers and unite people from diverse communities. The 98th episode of Mann Ki Baat focused on waste to wealth where PM Modi highlighted the contributions of Kamala Moharana from Kendrapada district of Odisha.

Moharana runs a self-help group that crafts many things like baskets and mobile stands from milk pouches and other plastic packing materials.

Key Highlights

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's flagship address, Mann Ki Baat, was first aired on October 3, 2014. It turns 100 on April 30, 2023 (today)

During these 99 episodes, PM Modi has mentioned over 700 Indians and around 300 organizations, all of whom are doing exceptional work.

Invigorating stories of swachhata warriors continue to inspire and motivate all.

IIM Rohtak survey found Mann Ki Baat has reached 100 crore listeners. 23 crore regular listeners of Mann Ki Baat.

Mann Ki Baat influences behaviour, 60% interested in nation building, 73% feel nation going in the right direction, the survey added

The survey found 96% population aware of the famous radio programme.

Ministry of Tourism will be celebrating the 100th Episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’ through its Yuva Tourism Clubs.

Ministry of Tourism has constituted  30,000 Yuva Tourism Clubs till date.

Ministry of Tourism plans to increase number of Yuva Tourism Clubs to 50,000, in the next 100 days, starting from 1st May 2023.