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'Didn't expect such a crowd...', crowds gather in UK to listen to PM Modi's mann ki baat
'Didn't expect such a crowd...', crowds gather in UK to listen to PM Modi's mann ki baat

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio program 'Mann Ki Baat' completed 100 episodes on Sunday (April 30). The live telecast of this episode took place not only in India but also in the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) and big countries like Britain and America. Tremendous enthusiasm was seen in the minds of the people regarding this programme. Even in Britain, after listening to 'Mann Ki Baat', people have said that Prime Minister Modi's connection is not only with India but also with the diaspora of the whole world.

In fact, special preparations were made for the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat. In this sequence, it was telecasted live at India House in London.  After listening to Mann Ki Baat in London, author Amish Tripathi said, 'I think the audience's enthusiasm for Mann Ki Baat was palpable. Here at 6:30 in the morning the hall was completely full. The event was broadcast live not only here but also at the consulates in nearby Birmingham and Edinburgh. There was a lot of enthusiasm among the people regarding Mann Ki Baat. I feel that the connection of the Honorable Prime Minister of India is not only in India but with the overseas Indians all over the world.

At the same time, actress and singer Rageshwari Loomba has said, 'I find it wonderful. Waking up at 4 in the morning, getting ready and coming here is a joy. I think all this not only brings the countrymen together, but also inspires the youth. Vikram Duraiswamy, the Indian High Commissioner appointed in Britain says about this program, I am very happy to host the Indians on the telecast of the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat at the Indian High Commission in London on Sunday morning . Feeling very happy. I think it is very good for the Indian community. It's great to engage socially instead of listening to it individually at home. This program was organized keeping in mind the Indians. That's why it was a special programme.

At the same time, Union Minister Jitendra Singh was also present during the broadcast of the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat in London. Regarding this program, he said, We did not expect such a huge crowd. It seems to me that the entire Indian diaspora in England is in India House. It is also an indication of how much faith people have in Prime Minister Modi.

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