Mann Ki Baat Testimony to PM Modi's strength to inspire nation: Kerala Guv
Mann Ki Baat Testimony to PM Modi's strength to inspire nation: Kerala Guv

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan sad that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio programme "Mann Ki Baat" exemplifies the power of a leader to inspire a people to action. The Governor was speaking at a special function arranged at the Raj Bhavan in conjunction with the Sunday airing of Mann Ki Baat's 100th episode.

"In our history, there has never been a series of monthly motivational speeches with such a preponderance of young people in attendance. Franklin Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States, often broadcast Fireside chats earlier in the 20th century to directly express his plans to the American public, but they are only known to have been roughly 30 in number. The fact that Mann Ki Baat is celebrating its 100th anniversary today is a testament to the power of a leader's ability to inspire a nation to action, Kerala Governor remarked on Sunday.

In addition, he claimed that PM Modi's thoughts on welfare, education, progress, and a variety of other topics had inspired our people like never before and roused them to take constructive action. He added that over 130 crore Indians' aspirations, hopes, and optimism have a voice because to Mann Ki Baat. He claimed that it had been a catalyst for the concept of "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas Sabka Prayas.

There is no other programming in the world where the head of the government engages directly with the populace, said V Muraleedharan, a minister of state for external affairs and parliamentary affairs who was also present at the event.  He added that Mann ki Baat highlights the greatness of the average people who have unique lives.

Attendees included Padma award recipients, people highlighted in Mann Ki Baat episodes, National Balashri Award winners, and young writers chosen for the Prime Minister's "Yuva" scheme.

Lakshmikutty Amma, C. I. Isaac, former vice chancellors G. Gopakumar and Jancy James, former DGP T. P. Senkumar, Justice (Retd) Hariharan Nair, actor Krishnakumar, actors Menaka and Praveena, director Major Ravi, playback singer G. Venugopal, and director of Bharatiya Vicharakendram R. Sanjay were all in attendance.
A unique exhibition organised by the Central Bureau of Communication (CBC) was also opened by the governor. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and its many departments jointly organised the Mann ki Baat event at Raj Bhavan. Senior representatives from the Press Information Bureau, CBC, AIR, and Doordarshan took part in the programme.

The campaign, which debuted on October 3, 2014, has grown to be a crucial component of the government's citizen outreach programme, which targets a variety of social groups, including women, youth, and farmers, and encourages neighbourhood action.

In his 100th episode, the Prime Minister recalled many of the motivational themes and tales that had been a part of the earlier episodes, including Selfies with daughters, the resourceful use of lotus fibre, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, the Swachh Bharat movement, love for Khadi, nature, Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Amrit Sarovar, and more.

He recalls the thrill of reading hundreds of messages from the nation's citizens and seeing at least one good act of the people each month. The programme was represented by him as an act of worship, or Vrat, a Thaal of Prasad at the feet of God in the form of Janata-Janardan, the people.

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