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Mann Ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi to address the nation today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked Indians to post the topics that they would like to be covered on the 23rd edition of Mann Ki Baat on the Narendra Modi App and MyGov Open Forum.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
August 28, 2016 9:43:21 am
narendra modi, mann ki baat, PM narendra modi, pm modi mann ki baat, mann ki baat programme, mann ki baat radio, india news, pm modi news, latest news, breaking news In his last Mann Ki Baat address, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi had extended his best wishes to the Indian contingent of the Rio Olympics. (Source: MyGov.in)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to address the nation through the 23rd installment of his monthly special–Mann Ki Baat. Aired on All India Radio, the programme is broadcast in several languages to reach people all across the country.

In the last Mann Ki Baat address, the Prime Minister had extended his best wishes to the Indian contingent of the Rio Olympics. This time around, he is expected to speak on the performance of our athletes along with congratulating medal-winners PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik. Earlier this week, PM Modi had also announced a special Olympics Task Force that would oversee the next three Olympics to ensure better performance of Indians at the international sporting event.

The tech-savvy Prime Minister had asked Indians to post the topics that they would like to be covered on the 23rd edition of Mann Ki Baat on the Narendra Modi App and MyGov Open Forum. Some of the suggestions mentioned on the website include plans for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, border issues, religion and educational reforms.

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The big question remains, however, is whether Prime Minister Modi will speak on the Kashmir issue. Over 70 people have been killed in an unending cycle of violence that started with the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani on July 8. The previous edition of Mann Ki Baat programme, too, found no mention of the Kashmir crisis.

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