New Delhi, July 5: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is now set to launch a rival to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’. The programme, which is named ‘Talk to AK’ will be an interactive programme, unlike PM’s monologue format radio show. The programme will have its pilot episode on July 17, announced the show’s official Twitter handle on Tuesday. The show even has an official website, which has a huge countdown clock, which is counting down the hours to the show on Sunday, July 17. 11 am. Also Read - India's Coronavirus Cases Drop to 42,640 Today; Lowest in Nearly 3 Months; Vaccinations Hit World Record

The programme will take questions from people of Delhi, through the official website. Audiences will be able to log onto wwww.talktoak.com, and call on a given number to pose questions before the Delhi CM and Aam Aadmi Party supremo. Kejriwal is also said to be going to apprise the people of the initiatives taken by the AAP for the well-being of the national capital. PM Modi also hosts a radio show once every month, in which he talks about the work done by his government in various fields, and also addresses various other issues, related to governance and otherwise. ALSO READ: Mann Ki Baat to be aired in Bangladesh, Narendra Modi to take up questions of Bangla citizens Also Read - Delhi Reports Less Than 100 Cases in Last 24 Hours, Active Cases Stand Below 2000 | Details Here

The novel radio show is keenly followed by people across India and enjoys a good reach, as it is also available in a host of regional languages as well. PM Modi also conveys all kinds of messages sent to him by people across India. The show also has an application available on Google Play, from where it can be downloaded on all Android smartphones. The app has a Live section, where audiences can listen to a radio broadcast live, an and Archive section, where all of his previous shows are available. Also Read - PM Modi Launches M-Yoga App on International Yoga Day 2021 | Here's All You Need to Know