PM Modi will speak during today’s 91st episode of Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested people to contribute their ideas and suggestions for this episode of Mann Ki Baat earlier this month.

The 91st episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat” will air on Sunday at 11 a.m. For this edition, the prime minister urged people to contribute their thoughts and comments earlier this month.

Taking to Twitter, PM Modi said, “I invite you all to tune-in to this month’s #MannKiBaat tomorrow, 31st July at 11 AM. Also sharing a booklet covering the interesting topics from last month such as India’s strides in space, glory on the sports field, Rath Yatra and more.”

Audiences can call the toll-free number 1800-11-7800 and leave a message in Hindi or English, or they can submit their suggestions in the open forum on MyGov’s website. To directly communicate your recommendations to the Prime Minister, you can also leave a missed call at 1922 and click the link you get via SMS.

“PM Narendra Modi looks forward to sharing his thoughts on themes and issues that matter to you. The Prime Minister invites you to share your ideas on topics he should address on,” read the MyGov page inviting audience suggestions.

PM Modi had also tweeted about the different channels individuals may use to communicate. “Do you have inputs for this month’s #MannKiBaat, which will take place on the 31st? I look forward to hearing them… share them either on MyGov or the NaMo App. Record your message by dialling 1800-11-7800,” he tweeted.

In the 90th episode of the radio programme Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Modi reflected on the troubling period in India’s history known as the Emergency, which was imposed in 1975, and claimed that it was our democratic mindset that ultimately prevailed.

He also praised everyone who stood up against the government during that time, saying that even after the Emergency, people still believed in democracy.

The Prime Minister continued by stating that during the Emergency, residents were denied access to all of their constitutional rights, including those to life and personal liberty, which are guaranteed by Article 21 of the Constitution.

Further, PM Modi said that all of the nation’s institutions of government, including the judiciary and the press, had been brought under control, and that censorship was so strict that nothing could be published without permission.