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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts with the people in India and abroad in the 51st edition of his monthly radio address ‘Mann ki Baat’ at 11 am today.

The ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme can be heard live on the Narendra Modi App. It will also be broadcast on the entire network of AIR and Doordarshan.

The programme will also be streamed on the YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, Information and Broadcasting Ministry, AIR and DD News.

Prime Minister’s monthly radio broadcast completed 50 episodes last month.

In its previous episodes, he has covered issues of social, national as well as international implication: education of the girl child, tackling exam stress, climate change and drug menace.

In his last address, the prime minister said he deliberately kept “politics” out of his monthly radio address as the programme was about the aspirations of the people and not his or the government’s achievements.

He also said he chose radio as a medium to connect with the people as it was a “mighty means” of getting across.

In October 2014, in the very first episode of the programme, he had urged citizens to use at least one khadi product, saying it would help poor weavers.