Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann ki Baat returns from tomorrow; was on hiatus since March

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will return with his monthly radio broadcast 'Mann ki Baat' from 30 June.

Press Trust of India June 29, 2019 16:31:11 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann ki Baat returns from tomorrow; was on hiatus since March
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will return with his monthly radio broadcast 'Mann ki Baat' from 30 June

  • On 24 February, days before the Lok Sabha elections were announced, he had suspended his monthly broadcast for March and April

  • Confident of his return, Modi had said he will be back with the programme on the last Sunday of May

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will return with his monthly radio broadcast 'Mann ki Baat' from 30 June.

On 24 February, days before the Lok Sabha elections were announced, he had suspended his monthly broadcast for March and April.

Confident of his return, Modi had said he will be back with the programme on the last Sunday of May.

The BJP-led NDA returned to power with a massive mandate and Modi was sworn in as the prime minister on 30 May.

In his first term, Modi had addressed the nation on 53 occasions through his monthly broadcast after coming to power in 2014.

While discontinuing the programme, Modi had said he was doing so keeping in mind healthy democratic traditions.

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