New Delhi, July 30: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation through his monthly programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday at 11 am. The 34th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is expected to see the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak on various issues. He might speak on the flood situation in Assam, Gujarat, Rajasthan along with many other states. Also Read - Will Actor Mithun Chakraborty Join BJP? His Plan to Share Stage With PM Modi at Bengal Rally Creates Speculation

The PM’s address will be broadcast on All India Radio and Doordarshan and will be streamed on the YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and DD News. Noteworthy, The programme will be broadcast in regional languages by Akashwani immediately after the Hindi broadcast. Also Read - PM Modi Discusses Production Linked Incentive Scheme With India Inc | Key Points

Earlier in a tweet, the Prime Minister had invited people to share their ideas and inputs, for the programme, on the NM Mobile App, MyGov Open Forum or by recording message on 1800-11-7800. Noteworthy, people can also give a missed call on 1922 and follow the link received in SMS to directly give their suggestions to Modi. Also Read - Code of Conduct: EC Asks Petrol Pumps to Remove Hoardings With PM Modi's Photos Within 72 Hours

On June 19, Minister of Information and Broadcasting (State) Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in a written reply had said All India Radio earned revenue of more than Rs. 10 crores in the last two fiscals from Mann ki Baat hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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  • 12:03 PM IST

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  • 12:02 PM IST

    “My dear countrymen, I remind you once again of ‘Agast Kranti’, of 9th August, I remind you once again of 15th August. Every countryman should make a resolve, every countryman should prepare a 5-year roadmap to realise that resolve. Destiny, future of country shall be brighter, let us move ahead with this belief. Lots & lots of good wishes to you all. Thank you,” says PM Modi as he concludes addressing the 34th edition of Mann ki Baat.

  • 12:01 PM IST

    “I once again extend my heartiest congratulations and best wishes to the young generation of our country, especially our daughters,” he said.

  • 12:00 PM IST

    PM Modi praises the Indian Women Cricket team, says we continually see daughters bringing laurels to country in all fields–education, economic activities, sports & scaling new heights.

  • 12:00 PM IST

    Narendra Modi greets people ahead of the festive season, says festivals lend sweetness to relationships, bring warmth of togetherness in the family & foster brotherhood in society.

  • 11:51 AM IST

    “My countrymen, I would like to say one more thing to you. India’s economy in itself an element of social economics. Our festivals, celebrations not merely occasions of joy & merriment. Our festivals in themselves campaigns of social reform too,” PM Modi says.

  • 11:47 AM IST

    “My dear countrymen, on August 15 as nation’s Pradhan Sewak, I get opportunity to communicate with country from ramparts of Red Fort. I am merely instrument. It is not one single person who makes that address but it is collective voice of 1.25 billion of countrymen. For the previous three 15th August speeches, one consistent complaint has been that my speeches tend to be a little lengthy. I have planned to keep my speech short this time – not more than 40-45-50 minutes,” says PM Modi.

  • 11:45 AM IST

    Come let’s launch a mega campaign Sankalp se Siddhi – Attainment through Resolve, from the 9th of this August, says PM Modi

  • 11:45 AM IST

    “The need for today is not ‘Do or Die’. Instead it is to resolve, to come together, persevere & work relentlessly with our utmost strength towards making of new India,” says PM Modi.

  • 11:44 AM IST

    5 yrs from 1942 to 1947 were decisive for country’s Independence, these 5 yrs from 2017 to 2022 must play decisive role for future, says PM Modi