During his monthly radio programme,
During his monthly radio programme, "Mann Ki Baat," the PM expresses satisfaction with people's research

New Delhi: On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed his gratitude to those who conducted in-depth study for his monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat” and disseminated their analytical conclusions to the general public.

The Prime Minister referenced a book called “Igniting Collective Goodness” on his social media accounts on X, according to a news statement from the Prime Minister’s office. The book details how “Mann Ki Baat” grew to be a vehicle for societal transformation.


“I am glad that several individuals throughout the years have conducted in-depth study on Mann Ki Baat and have made their insightful results available to the public. The book “Igniting Collective Goodness” by BlueKraft Digital Foundation, which details how this initiative has evolved into a tool for social transformation, is another example of such an endeavour. Thanks for their hard work, guys. Mkb100book.in,” the PM wrote on X.

The Prime Minister interacts with the nation’s citizens directly via the “Mann Ki Baat” initiative. The country’s citizens are informed and motivated about a variety of issues by the Prime Minister via this programme.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the new book sheds new light on how PM Modi with the sheer power of his words rallied the nation behind common objectives of greater goodness on Tuesday as the BlueKraft Digital Foundation launched a book titled “Igniting Collective Goodness: Mann Ki Baat @100” on PM Narendra Modi’s monthly radio programme Mann ki Baat.

On the social media network ‘X,’ Shah expressed his opinions on the book and said that it details the extraordinary trip that India under Prime Minister Modi undertook.

“Unique journey made by our country under the leadership of PM @narendramodi Ji is the subject of the new book, Igniting Collective Goodness: Mann Ki Baat @ 100. It reveals fresh information on how Modi Ji united the country in support of shared ideals of greater righteousness via the sheer force of his words, Shah wrote on ‘X’.

On October 3, 2014, All India Radio debuted the well-liked programme Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat. On April 30 of this year, the program’s 100th episode was broadcast.



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