New Delhi, June 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thought on Sunday through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ at 11 am.  The 45th edition of the radio show will broadcast on All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and also on the Narendra Modi mobile application. Also Read - EU Stands With India in 'Challenging Time', Modi Says 'Collaboration Essential' to Stop Pandemic

In his last Mann Ki Baat on May 27, the Prime Minister had lauded Fit India Challenge. He had also congratulated the six-member women team of Indian Naval Sailing Vessel (INSV) Tarini who sailed 22,000 nautical miles in 254 days to circumnavigate the globe. Also Read - Pressure Mounts on Modi Govt to Impose Nationwide Lockdown; Oppn Says Total Shutdown 'Inevitable' 

Today, in the 45th edition of Mann Ki Baat, he is likely to break his silence on the brutal killings of senior journalist Shujaat Bukhari and rifleman Aurangzeb in Jammu and Kashmir recently. He is expected to raise the issue of terrorism and unilateral Ramzan ceasefire. Also Read - PM Dials Chief Ministers Of 4 States To Discuss Covid Situation In Their States. Read Details

Mann Ki Baat will be streamed on the YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, AIR and DD News and will be simultaneously broadcast on AIR’s website – AIR will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast. Regional language versions of the programme will also be repeated at 8 PM.

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  • 11:35 AM IST

    Concluding his speech, PM said,”My dear countrymen! Once again, while ending this episode, I wait most eagerly for the next chapter of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, of meeting you and talking to you. I wish you many felicitations.”

  • 11:33 AM IST

    Furthermore he stated,”In the GST scheme, information technology has replaced the inspector. Everything from return to refund is done through online information technology. The successful implementation of such a huge tax reform in India was successful only because the people of the country adopted it and through the power of the masses, fuelled the success of the GST scheme.”

  • 11:32 AM IST

    “My dear countrymen! It’s been an year when GST was implemented. If I’ve to give credit to anyone for successful implementation of ‘One Nation One Tax reform’, then I credit the states of our nation,” PM said.

  • 11:31 AM IST

    “I once again felicitate the youth of my country for their innovative experiments,” PM said referring to Samridhi Trust

  • 11:31 AM IST

    Showering praise on ‘Samridhi trust, PM said,” In Bangalore, corporate professionals and IT engineers came along and created an effortless ‘Samridhi trust’ with which they have doubled the income of the farmers by successful activation of this trust. Farmers who initially used to depend on same single cash crop in their fields and that too yield was also not good begetting lesser profits, today are not only growing vegetables but also marketing their own vegetables, getting good prices through the trust.”

  • 11:26 AM IST

    “In far-distant villages, daughters are providing services ranging from pension to issuance of passport to senior citizens through the aegis of common service centers. A sister from Chhattisgarh collects custard apple and does business by making its ice cream”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mann Ki Baat

  • 11:25 AM IST

    “Over the last few days, I have been interacting with beneficiaries of various initiatives of the Government of India. I learnt a lot from their experiences and life journeys,” PM stated in 45th edition of Mann ki Baat.

  • 11:23 AM IST

  • 11:22 AM IST

    Remembering the martyrs of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Narendra Modi asserted that in the year 2019, 100 years of the horrific incident of Jallianwala Bagh will come to a full circle, it was an incident that embarrassed the entire humanity.

  • 11:21 AM IST

    “In 2019 we mark the 550th Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Let us think about ways in which we can mark this historic occasion,” PM Modi urged.