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PM Modi to address the nation on Mann Ki Baat on AIR

01-October-2014
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PM Modi to address the nation on Mann Ki Baat on AIR

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will broadcast to the people of India through AIR and also through desirous private Radio/TV channels in India on 3rd  Oct.,2014 at 11.00AM.

The broadcast will be carried by AIR in different modes and channels viz. midwave, shortwave, FM network, Vividhbharati and local radio stations, simultaneously.

This broadcast will, thus, be available to 99.2% population of India. Prime Minister has decided to speak from his heart to the people he is serving.  This broadcast is christened as “Mann Ki Baat”, Private FM and TV channels can also share this programme.  Doordarshan has also been requested to carry audio of this programme with suitable visuals and footages.  On the same regional versions of this important broadcast will be aired in the regional network of AIR at 8.00PM.  This is to ensure dissemination of the message to the largest possible audience.

Prime Minister reaching to the people is a great service to India & invaluable encouragement to the Public Service Broadcaster.

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