Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi addresses 102nd edition of Mann Ki Baat: Key highlights | India News

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 102nd edition of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday.
Just after beginning his address, PM Modi clarified that the radio programme was being aired a week in advance as he will be in US next week.
“Usually ‘Mann Ki Baat’ comes your way on the last Sunday of every month, but this time it is being held a week earlier. All of you know, I’ll be in America next week and there the schedule is going to be pretty hectic, and hence I thought I’d talk to you before I go, what could be better than that,” he said.
The Prime Minister also spoke about cyclonic storm Biparjoy which hit the western part of the country.
“Just two-three days ago, we saw how big a cyclone hit the western part of the country… Strong winds, heavy rain. Cyclone Biparjoy caused a lot of destruction in Kutch.
He praised the hard work and efforts of the authorities tasked with preparation and management of the cyclone.
“The courage and preparedness with which the people of Kutch fought such a dangerous cyclone is equally unprecedented too,” he said.
Meanwhile, PM Modi’s monthly radio programme recently completed its 100th episode which was aired on April 26 live across the country.
The 100th edition of the ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme made its global broadcast on April 30. The programme was also broadcasted live at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
(With inputs from agencies)

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