Modi’s Mann Ki Baat’s 100th episode will be broadcast live at the UN headquarters


New York – The 100th edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat” will be broadcast live on Sunday at the UN headquarters in a momentous occasion.

The Permanent Mission of India to the UN tweeted, “Get ready for a historic moment as the 100th episode of PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is set to go live on April 30th in Trusteeship Council Chamber at @UN HQ!”

On April 30, at 11 am IST (1:30 am Sunday in New York), PM Modi’s monthly radio address will broadcast its 100th time. It will be remarkable and unprecedented to see the programme live in the early hours of Sunday at the UN headquarters. It will be broadcast from the Trusteeship Council Chamber of the UN.

The Permanent Mission noted that “#MannKiBaat has evolved into a monthly national tradition, inspiring millions to take part in India’s developmental journey.”

At a special event on Sunday morning at 1:30 a.m., the Indian Consulate General in New York will broadcast the 100th episode of “Mann Ki Baat” for members of the Indian-American and diaspora communities in New Jersey.

Don’t miss #MannKiBaatAt100 on April 30th, 2023 at 1:30 EST! As the Hon’ble @PMOIndia engages with Indians, Indian diaspora, and listeners around the world, let’s celebrate the landmark 100th episode of #MannKiBaat, the Consulate said in a tweet.

Prime Minister Modi addresses the nation’s citizens on many subjects during the radio programme “Mann Ki Baat,” which he hosts. It debuted on October 3, 2014, and now airs on the whole All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan (DD) network every last Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. On April 30, the 30-minute show’s 100th episode will premiere.

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