New Delhi, June 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ at 11 am on Sunday.  The 45h edition of the radio show will broadcast on All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and also on the Narendra Modi mobile application. Also Read - 'This is What a Failed Lockdown Looks Like', Rahul Gandhi Ups Ante Against Govt Over COVID-19 Crisis

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In his last Mann ki Baat on May 27, the Prime Minister 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. He had also lauded Fit India Challenge saying,“,When I say ‘Fit India’, I believe that the more we play, the more we will inspire the country to come out and play. People are sharing videos of Fitness Challenge on Social Media. Everybody is now getting connected with this FitIndia Campaign. People from the film fraternity, Sports, common citizens, members of armed forces, school teachers or even those toiling in fields and farms, their rising notes are building up crescendo.” Also Read - World Environment Day: 'Reiterate Pledge to Save Our Planet's Rich Biodiversity', Says PM Modi

Mann ki Baat is a unique initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reach out to masses across the country through the medium of radio. It will also 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 – www.allindiaradio.gov.in. 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.