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PM Modi's monthly programme recently completed 100 episodes. (Image: News18)

PM Modi’s monthly programme recently completed 100 episodes. (Image: News18)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 103rd edition of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 103rd edition of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday and praised the efforts of NDRF in rain and flood-affected regions.

“Past few days have been full of worry and trouble due to natural calamities. Several states suffered due to the fury of rains that led to massive flooding in rivers like Yamuna. Incidents of landslides have also occurred in hilly areas but NDRF worked 27/7 to rescue people and maintaining the relief work in these regions,” PM Modi said.

PM Modi’s monthly programme recently completed 100 episodes of Mann Ki Baat where the prime minister recalled the various social causes he addressed during the show and people working on that issue.

It also made its global broadcast on April 30. The programme was also broadcasted live at the United Nations headquarters in New York

In the last episode of Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi talked about the Emergency and called it a dark era in Indian history when atrocities were committed on the supporters of democracy.

“India is the mother of democracy. We cannot forget June 25. The day when emergency was imposed. It was a dark period in the history of India. Millions of people opposed the emergency with all their might. The supporters of democracy were tortured so much during that time that even today, their mind shudders. Today, when we celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav we must also observe such crimes. This will teach the young generations the meaning and importance of democracy,” Modi said.

Mann Ki Baat programme will be heard on All India Radio and will also be telecast on Doordarshan.

The monthly show will also be available on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Facebook page. Apart from this, updates will also be available on the Twitter handle of All India Radio and PM

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