'Mann Ki Baat' will take place on May 31, what will Prime Minister Narendra Modi say?


New Delhi: India is currently battling the Corona virus and due to the lockdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation on TV and giving new information. Sometimes they bring a message in the name of the country and sometimes they address the people through Mann Ki Baat. The fourth phase of the lockdown is currently underway









New Delhi: India is currently battling the Corona virus and due to the lockdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation on TV and giving new information. Sometimes they bring a message in the name of the country and sometimes they address the people through Mann Ki Baat. The fourth phase of the lockdown is currently underway, which will end on May 31 and on this day Prime Minister Modi will also have a heart-to-heart talk with the countrymen. As a result, people are already worried about what Modi will say.





Where can you hear Mann Ki Baat?
Like every time, this time too, on Sunday, May 31, at 11 am, the Prime Minister will speak to the people through the Mann Ki Baat program. All the celestial channels will broadcast simultaneously from all the centers. It will also be aired on Doordarshan's National, News, DD Bharti, DD India, DD Urdu and DD Kisan. Doordarshan has tweeted about this.









Suggestions sought
Modi had already sought suggestions from the people for the May 31 Mann Ki Baad. He even did a tweet for her. In which it was written that, I will be waiting for your suggestions for the Mann Ki Baat program which will be aired on May 31. You can send your suggestions by recording a message on 1800-11-7800, as well as write on Namo app or Maigaon.





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What will Prime Minister Modi say?
May 31st will be the last day of Lockdown 4.0, so it can provide information about the fifth phase of Lockdown on this day. The fifth phase will also say what the government is going to do. At the same time, it can have a special appeal to the people, as the number of people on the roads has also increased with the gradual relaxation of lockdowns.