To mark PM Narendra Modi’s 100th episode of ‘Maan Ki Baat’ tomorrow, the Raj Bhavan in Shillong has invited special guests to hear the speech delivered by PM Modi.
Governor of Meghalaya, Phagu Chauhan will grace the occasion to be held at the Darbr hall as the chief guest.
Eminent personalities in various fields and public representatives have been invited for the programme. People from the State whose work has been appreciated in the previous Mann Ki Baat episodes, have also been invited to witness the special screening of the 100th episode of the radio show, which was aired for the first time on October 3, 2014.
Media units in Shillong under the Ministry of Information of Broadcasting, in collaboration with the Raj Bhavan, are organising the special screening of the popular radio programme.
Besides all networks of AIR, Maan Ki Baat is visualized by Doordarshan and telecast on its entire network. It is also broadcast in sign language on Doordarshan.
Currently, Mann Ki Baat is aired in 23 languages, including 22 Indian languages and English, 29 dialects (25 from Northeast and 4 from Chhattisgarh) and in 11 foreign languages.
The Prime Minister has mentioned over 700 individuals and around 300 organizations so far in the Mann Ki Baat programme. These include 37 individuals and 10 organizations from foreign countries as well.
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